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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: July 7, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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TKMPOIU MVTANTUU ET NO3 MUTAMTJU IN 1LLE3 .+ ..,.
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Action Now Liberty Now I Assigned Pqrry, Joins to Africa. Overloaded Boat Y

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National YMCA ,\'1'.'''.';'.',\'i ;-. : Capsizes In Lake

Equality Now-NAACP looses L. Perry.Executive :''; .It"I..,,. ';;:; I k'I.,I ', Tragedy struck in Central Florida -

tary of the Carver Branch b\: .:, .: ; ',j Wednesday when five children
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D& James M. Nabrit, Jr. president as American citizens. has : t \,,'..,.'", ..'.'"., drowned as a small, flat-bottomed
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of Howard University, Wash "What the Western world fought pointed ". ". '.,.:,.. boat capsized in a lake about 10
ington, D.C., urged Wednesday in and died for is now unfashionableto National miles from Sanford.
Atlanta Ga., "an all-out renewed even assert-that is for colored. of
and relentless struggle" by Negroes people to assert" he said. ,' the Two adults and four other child
for. full rights as American. with of the ren were thrown into the water
citizens. "Voting was synonymous tional .. but were saved. After a July 4
liberty in 1776. And I tell you It tee as a ,;"('.' picnic at Welfare the 11 per.
Speaking at an Independence Day is liberty in 1962. nal 1"\".:, sons went for a Lakel in the boat,
rally of the National Association" "The white man offers us gratuities vice '..:....:. .. ".''. powered by a seven horsepower
for the Advancement of Colored when we seek dividends Perry 1......' ... motor.
People in its annual convention In' contempt when we seek justice. 4 assigned .,..'..'. .,."
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Atlanta, the educator said, "I want! insults when we seek equality ganda, I ....,. ", Nb one was able to give a co-
my rights today- now- all of violence when we seek the right to PERRY, rica as : herent story of what caused the:
them" vote privileges when we ,seek $Oc Late General j boat to turn over, officers said.

,I'' About 200. NAACP. leaders had, rights.. ;"We are sick of evasions weary sponsible for. Program !) .I '.... The dead were Jerome Lawson.
approved an intensified programfor of excuses, fed up with promises meat Mr. Perry's office the colorful clo 2; Baleric Lawson, 10; Virginia
civil rights in large non-South' 'and want action now, liberty now, looted in the city of Road who emceed Wilson ,9'; Mary Carter, 10; and
ern, cities shortly before Nabrit'scall equality now." After 10 years of service Dozen" Show is Contrcus Jupiter, 7, all of Sanford.
'''for "freedom in our time." i Carver Branch Mr Perry Charles Had- .. .
:"Chicago, Washington, New York, I| plete his work here''
"San Francisco and Detroit are thQ) and sails for Africa
five first cities where the programwill Franklin Federal lo October. I

begin. i(

The NAACP did not picket hotels I' Maintain CharterThe
and restaurants the Fourth of E .Cop Caught
Federal Home Loan Bank .
July because 'of a parade in At-1" I
lanta A few Klansmen were scattered : Board of Washington D.C., ruled
'''day, however, robed members of :filed by the Roosevelt group to
I A former Miami city
the KKK handed leaflets to deny the motion.
NAACP members picketing hotels : The Board said, in part, "Now, received a 60-day
and restaurants, 'therefore, it is resolved that the tence Monday on charges '
"motion of the Buchanan group be, lifting and resisting arrest.
Dr.. Nabrit said, in his speech at and hereby is denied." Walter Davis Jr, 25, :
the rally at Morehouse College f Meanwhile, the Franklin Federalis N.W,. 68th' Ter.. was \
"we are here committing ourselvesto going ahead with plans to stage shoplifting 'a woman's-- '
an all-out, renewed and relent. their 'Grand Opening on Saturday, Judge Gene Williams put
less struggle for all of our rights July 14. probation for the Dec. 16

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Miami,1 BEST DRESSED CONTEST .
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third, Prince Far is receiving his trophy and rlzes
I and, Jessie Nash from Contest Director Dave Bon-
in the 1962 du right. I
Dozen" Contest. For complete story see Bondu's
who finished fourth "Around Miami" on page 5.
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A woman lumped out of a-mov
Here To .ing auto and was killed Wednesday -
pT r P ..YX" nlght.jbout 11 o'clock.
) wjA The woman, JJadeen Medly, 25: ,
hilt of 21725 S.W, 114th Ct- Goulds
suffered multiple injuries, andwas
Zeta cither. the dead on arrival in South
I ''of the Everglades Miami' Hospital.Metro .
s F t rp,', asA In tKf' +' July 7, their pri police said the incident on
w a y sh will be to focus on U, S. '1 about half a mile south of
Sorority Grand Perrine was not listed as in official
in Miami, July, traffic death.
Lt S. B. Blllbrough of the Metro
t Polite, the Boule Accident Squad said Miss Madly
Zeta has an., jumped after an argument with
f .Deborah P, Wolfet the driver, Ernest G.,, Robinson, .
t of the 24 who gave the same.address as

f ,,.,, and Itte.Education on Edu Mtta, No Medly,
t
L l charges were filed pending
:1 t y of the House of further investigation
1 will meet with the .
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this time. Confer- -
bureau of. Zeta. the hostess Chapter.
of a place,for the "AN HOUR WITH THE GRAND
} sessions, an ap. BASILEUS" has bten scheduled
and recre. for Sunday, July 8, from 3 to 4
---- and, the formula-: p.m., at the Everglades Hotel.. At
The Congress of Racial Equality Luther King and CORE National I famed comic' Dick Gregory committees are this time Dr Wolfe will meet fel.
closed out its annual convenUonJut President Charles;,'Oldham. I Knight Beat benefit show for this oc- low Greeks of Pan Hellenic and the
Saturday night with a Dance night Dick is shown on I I. representatives from other fraternal
lor Freedom" at Bayfront Park Middle panel shows 'the Urge flanked by Bobby Fisher, director of and civic groups.
udltorlum. crowd enjoying humorist-lecturer Clyde Killens. 'I Region of the Members of the local Boule committee .
Harry Golden at the Friday night U expected Include Mesdames Ine C.
!'; Top picture shows the CORE typical CORE discus- line of CORE'S biggest I Mrs Marian Foster; Wllhelment Page Miller
uncheon at the Hampton House lion grrooup is shown at the richt came during the convention director a Marie Wilson Marguerite Miller
Saturday afternoon. On the right I all 41 of the Royal Castle local Chapter, will Bernice Johnson Mary N. Bloomfield .
.5s CORE National Director James Bottom panels show the large rants were ordered I Mrs Juanita W Lenora B. Smith and Marian
Tanner, gust spsakJr Tr Martha: ,:. :3 J who enjoyed :the jokes of |I -Photos by Johnson of Jleu. of Zeta Tau Dean. of.



MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA I Three of< a Kind NAACP Pickets Atlanta

/PAGE 2 SATURDAY JULY 7 1962 /
Mesdames Isabella :Robertson,,

Julta, Pornpey and Gloria Dunn, Hotels RestaurantsEarly

daughters of Mrs. Marie Ware r
Harry golden UrgesStepped this week 400 pickets were I Atlanta Motel."
I ham, (have studied and passed the I
equipped by Negro leaders with| Some of the 1,500 delegates attending
exam' for Registered Technicians the NAACP meet were
directedto
and
Up Equality FightAnother 'jn: X-ray. Mrs. Dunn was thefirst anti-segregation 10 Atlanta hotels signs and restaurants turned away from hotels. The
,
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while
t become registeded
for duty during the annual I managers said that their rooms had
CORE speaker, Harry lence" employed at :Mercy (Hospital. She convention of the National Association -: been reserved by 6,000 delegates
'Golden, author-humorist, was heard He declared that the race issue iis employed at Christian Hospital. for the Advancement of attending the annual confab of the
"Friday night by more than 250 i ,has nothing to do with the Negro Mrs. Robinson &* her R.Twh'Je Colored People. Loyal Order of Moose.Joins .
persons In a mixed audience: When" per *e. "It strikes at the very ': at Mt. Sinai Hospital where I
the concluded his informal talk a, root of our survival as a civiliza she is' in the X-ray department, Marked for the demonstrationare
standing ovation was accorded him: tion. Those who love America aid: Mrs. Pompay, vibiting here some of the city's largest hotels ;
must involve themselves in this from Now York, just recently re. including the Heart of Atlanta -
"There's only one real candidate issue." I :e.'Ved: her license. the Biltmore, Henry Grady,
for this year's Brotherhood I Dinkier Plaza, Piedmont and Peach-
Award," he said, "Elizabeth Tay ------------ m tree, the Hilton Inn, Atlanta Cabana
lor. Sh&'s had four husbandstwo Ibex and Americana Motels.
Jewish, one Catholic and on* I :a
Protostant. You can't beat that Demonstrations were held at the
for brotherhood." following restaurants: Johnny Reb,

As the audience laughed uprr> ri. the Ship Ahoy, Pickrick, S. & W.
ously, Golden told another: "You Cafeteria, Davis Brothers and
know, the segregationists are always others.
claiming that Negroes havea r The University Motel, a Negro .

tremendous body odor, that they motel, was to be picketed, a spokesman M
smell bad. But when I watch TV, said, because it is owned by
all I see are blondes spraying: th"m- "one of the staunchest segregationists 1+
pelves-it's the blondes which seem r + i' ors
the owner of the Heart of
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to have all the odor trouble.
I
On the serious side, he said, in +;yr

part, that "to believe God made firiL Beautiful Home on
one race better than: another is to
believe'\ in an evil God, and we Your lot

can't believe that iI p, ,M '
"The number one issue in the z

world today is human dignity: the It a- 7fftv tfnu
s-'credness of the individual. Nothing
else really matters." I
He lauded CORE'S delegation Goodyear
and told the gathering, "Your
children will be proud that you Sales ForceJoe
have participated in this Ghandi-
inspired movement of non-vio- -
Complete Building Service Pogue was recently apP .
e IM.ONN1NG fated' as a fullthne salesman .t
S BUILDING the Goodyear Service Stores,
Appear in "Miracle FINANCING 6039 NW 7th ave. He went thru

Vow New Home a thorough training program with
Goodyear and General Electric.
Worker"The ii-i 1-.r Nw" Homo
''He finished the training: course

mother and son team of No Down lfth highest wnors and was inn.mediately .
the Edison
assigned to
Mrs. Dorothy' and Master Wendell -
Cctnitcr\ store as a Goodyear Tire
the PaymentOver
Graham will ai;ear tin'
and General
Electric
"Miracle Worker," now having appliance
it's' s iuth m: premier at Ruth's Twenty Years of salesman...
'Foreman";* Studio M., Bird Road, : #l : CoiMtrnction Experience
Coral Gables. The play opened ..- -,. .- ,,;ash.< .-..... a .'-;:..'c-_ ..... e...+..___ .' Guaranteed Satisfaction

July 4 andwill run for several I Shown above is Dr. E. Braynon, Jr. (right), Basileus of the Miami Now is (The Time

:weeks Mrs.at Bd Graham Jeer T. is Washington an instructor Chapter of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, receiving an award for 1f QLl1J lt(3V'mmVI1 ( for your child to learn correctly -

Hill t School. Wendell Is a the local chapter, which was recently voted the most outstanding this
in the of @ro I summer piano
Florida.
dance-drama student: at the Fine chapter state
Arts Conserv albory. Also in: the Presenting the award is Dr. W .A. McMillan of Bethune Cook- 'and diajnce.

cast to Clen Jollivette, daughter man College, Omega Psi Phi state representative. PL 1.3604
qt Mrs. Frances Jolllvette.t FINE ARTS

s i Omegas Elect Leaders Of Miami CONSERVATORYMondays
888 N.E. 79th St .
Automotive and Thursday


Workshop in Jax Sigma Alpha ChapterThe Mississippi.Florida, Georgia This, meeting Alabama! is and expected 615 NW 60th St.757.1351'ANDREWS'

JACKSONVILLE A workshop members of Sigma Alpha serving the local community, the to be well attended.

in automotive technology will be Chapter, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity,I Omega Men of Sigma Alpha Chapter Congratulations to Sigma Alpha JEWELERS
held here at the General are growing both in KXFKRT WATCH AND
Motors elected members from its ranks to numbersand Chapter for receiving the highest
Training Center with S. L. Beas- lead the chapter next year in whatis high ideals. rating among Chapters of Omegain CLOCK REPAIRS
ley, assistant professor of automo- expected to be a banner year. the State of Florida. 40 Tears In Business
During the
tive summer, the activities -
technology and safety train The elected officers are Dr. Ed.
ing, Florida A.&M. University, as ward Braynon as basileus, Terry and meetings of Sigma Alpha The next meeting will be Satur All work guaranteed
director. Parker as vice basileus, Thomas Chapter being, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity day, 8:30: p.m., July 7, at the officeof FP 3-0152
are continued
FAMU, working in cooperationwith Sanders as keeper of records and brothers have as several Dr. E. J. Braynon, Jr. '303 N.W. 2nd Ave.t .
the State expressed a desire
Department of Education seals, Charles D. Wyche, assistant
to continue
and the General Motors keeper of records and seals, Wil. their fraternal projectsand
Training Center of Jacksonville, is liam Haley as keeper of finance, prepare foundations for what I
is
expected to be banner
again providing an unusual assistant a year.I
opportunity Davis
John H. as keeperof
for in.service teachers of finance Willie Lewis as keeperof Visiting brothers, especially un I
auto mechanics to improve their peace, Elston Davis as chaplain, dergraduates home for the sum For Sale .
mer are welcome to attend ,
skills and technical knowledge of Harold L Braynon as parliamentarian meet.
servicing the modern automobile. ings during this period as they will
and T S. Greer as the chapter knitted
find
a closely bounded
I group
editor. Most of these officers were
reelected, some after several yearsof by its cardinal principles of 5 Brand New 'Models
ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL l service and dedication to the manhood, scholarship, perseverance ,
and
GRADS fraternity. Because of the high. uplift.
Interest which has developed in Next year, this chapter will be
EARN $125 A WEEK the graduate chapter and the desire host to the seventh district: meet. In Beautiful Richmond Heights
Train now with RETS, to keep standards high while ing with members attending from

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tract In ,.Im liach County leg 1128 /N.W. 3rd lAventie FR 9-4961 vanities and tub enclosures .p. i
thus 54 achy from Miami. 01 I..
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within' 1000 completed yards show hard how roads cloio' L O All formica kitchen with oren and range ,*
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MIAMI! TIMES! MIAMI, FLORIDA I I International Florists followed by a flower and fashion Gets Links Music
show at 9 p.m. The public is in-
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SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1962 PAGE 3':'Open Convention vited. Scholarship

Mrs. Blanche Calloway will be Links Inc., one of the outstanding
Here Narrator. Mrs. Marian Muldrowand service sororities In the
WMBM Gives $4,000 SundayThe Mrs. Willie Mae Ceasor will community, recently awarded!
International Florists Asso- be in charge of arrangements. a music scholarship' for 1962.
I
ciation's 10th Annual Convention 63 to Miss Gloria Richardson,
Scholarship To StudentJulius opens here Sunday, July 8-11, W. senior! and Miss Northwestern, *
O. Perry, president, with the Hltgh School for next yean" Miss
Lee Jr., '62 graduate of total of two students attending the Friendship Garden and Civic Clubas Richardson! plans to major lw
at college. She Is a student
Booker T. Washington High School, WMBM ScholarshipGifts. host. plan
I University on oi Mr. Arthur Evans of the=
was selected to receive the $4,000 Sunday morning at 11 a.m., the chorus department and Mrs.
(4-year scholarship) gift award of. group will worship at St. John Ruth Greenfield of the Fine Arts:
fered by the WMBM Community Baptist Church, with a special ser- Conservatory piano! department.
Service mon on flowers to be delivered by .j s
Foundation. The Selection
Thedford Johnson
Rev ,
pastor.
Committee had a hard decision Learn Piano and Dance
to make. After careful processing -' Welcome will be given by Hon.
of many applications and ,Mayor Robert King High. this summer! Monday and
personel interviews with the students A 4 p.m. sightseeing tour and .
the committee finally unanimously 7pm. Get Acquainted Party at Sir Thursdays.FINE
agreed on the winner. Miss John Hotel will begin the enter- ARTS I
Blanche Calloway executive director tainment.On t
of the foundation was, well CONSERVATORY
pleased with the selection. Monday morning at 9 a.m.,
the business sessions begin. 615 NW 60th St.-757-1351
Julius Lee Jr. ranked fourth in
his class and won the Silver Tuesday, 7 p.m., is open house at
in Hampton House and Villas where
Knight award Dramatics. He
plans to enter the University of the latest in floral art will! be on Mrs. Shirley Turnquist Pyfroirt
display.A will be in charge of Models Vivian:
Miami in September, making a I -" .
White, Jessie White, Sylvia Me
JULIUS LEE TiiTl I
do.it.yourself in art and flower Ford, Carmen Doabrechat, Shirley
arrangements will be shown by the Turnquist, Ruby Lazier and Ruby
I I Friendship Garden and Civic Club. W. O. PERRY ",urry
KKK In New Liberty City? 4 -- f'. ,.. __..,..i.J..;. ....,...."

Elder C. White, pastor of Faith r $
treme northwest Dade County.
Temple Community Church, New
Liberty City, was among other These threatening notices were
residents of that area, who found left to law.abiding citizens without
in their mail boxes this week, type any provocation on their part. We
written notes with the signature think in terms of the rest of the
"KKK" typed In red ink. i world struggles and trouble, and '
their for freedom. Let us I '
struggle
The '
note Elder White forwardedto f is t
be alerted to the hidden dangers f a
this
paper read as follows. : i 4
"Preacher, I[ that are still present at home and
I i the threats of the Beast Spirit childor
Tell all niggers to keep out of foe.
Buccaneer and Speedys Grocery. Our law enforcement should look I ,
Business not wanted. into this new birth of race agitators '
Signed, in Miami and the
preserve :
KKK. peaceful and godfearing citizens of : :
New Liberty City is a Negro I these perilous times. .
subdivision recently developed, We are not terror stricken nor
northwest of 0pa-locka. Some of afraid, but want the people Informed
the residents feel that the distribution of this type of sin in the
of the note is the work of hearts of men that may submit
some idle prankster, and is not to themselves to God and repent." ", .+) .
be taken seriously. .
B 1 /h
White In a said signed: statement, Elder' Miami Times Ads
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"Today let us be mindful of this '
condition that exists in the ex Get Fast Results Members of International Florists Association in 1961 convention .

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JUST BROWSIN' ?
Ity Paul H. lent?' :::G 1



Additional lighting: will be installed
at Liberty Park On NW
nth ave. and 60th St. within, the
(next, ; three weeks.' Mari Partc.
!Main\ Office at 0740 N.W. 13h Avenue-.Phone OX 1-0421 playground will be completelylighted
Branch At 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami 1orida.-phone< FIl 32230It. ) in the near future.

K.;SIOISMUND! KKKVES, Editor and Publisher Life' Masazrw. { }last .week, had
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor beautiful spread and story on

K ,trred as Second Class Matter, August 0, 102T, at the Post Officeat Negr n time.. models Featured. finally}] is making Liz Camp-the I Ib.g 1LL FREE DELIVERY DRUG
Miami Florida, under the act of March 3, 1870 of famOus -
I /bell, beautiful' daughter
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,SUKSCIUPTION RATES cart crist/: E.'Simms Oamp- A
ONE HUH $3.00+ SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN" $6.00 /fbell.
HAROLD JOLLIVETTB. Manage
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::; ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL -
k FOURTH OF JULY GRADS.

Independence Day celebration went on as usual with EARN $125 A WEEK
life
Central Insurance Co. of Florida
parades, carnivals, picnics, swimming:, fishing, barbecues Train now with RETS

baseball and other sports, climaxing with fireworks. Call PL 7-9332 "YOUR FRIENDLY COMPANY"

Some churches held services.
customary
MODERN AND ATTRACTIVE POLICIES FROM

The nation heard President. F. Kennedy's Fourthof : FOR RENT 1000.00 UP TO 50000.00

July message from Independence Hall, Philadelphia, 2 BEDROOM (NEW Whole Life Endowment Educational
Pa. with 100,000 people attending.The DUPL'EXAcross -
from school Mortgage 'Redemption
President said "Today Americans must learn'
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to ,think intercontinentally." He sees a partnership with 1426 NW 46th Street Retirement Combination HospitalAnd

European nations that could assist in developing other Open Sun 1 to 5 Home

nations to throw off the yoke of' poverty. ALSO '

'If there is a single issue !that divides the world today Watch this date
it is independence the President. Sunday, July 29th Family Group Plan
Atlas Lodge and Temple Father, Mother and all Children Under 21 Years of I
While* July 4th was a day of pleasure, there wfcs the Elks' DayA Age Insured Under One Policy
glow of sadness for many families whose loved ones were
New-Borns
grand parade and program are Automatically Insured After 15
Days
killed in automobile and other accidents.One planned. Dinners will be served.
Come and spend the day withus. REPRESENTATIVES AND BRANCH OFFICES
thing strikes us,in our Fourth of July celebration.The STATEWIDE IN FLORIDA AND ALABAMA

Stars and Stripes' did not grace ias many business ., .c ...... ,.". Call for representative in your city for additional
places and homes as one might expect. Jn this respect, anformatlon'i
considering the growth in population, we seem to be be- FINE HOMES ''i'

hind ,the Miami of the thirties. Well'do we remember how For Sale "\f a I
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business places on Second,Ave. and Third Ave., and mlamy 1867 NW 48th STREET I
homes, too, flew their flags on July 4th and some other Live easy In this 2.bedrOom CBS

octa),rin$. with$500 efficiency DOWN SPECIAL TEENAGERS'

We recall members of the American Legion visiting TOTAL PRICE $12,000

:Business places selling .the flag. MATINEE

Are we less patriotiotic today? We don't think so; 1844 NW 47th Street

but we do say that some of us are less thoughtful.Let 3.bedroom CBS. carport .and
Garage $400 down SUNDAY JULY
us think about this. Our flag should be flownon Total Price $10,500 15th

the following days: Lincoln's Birthday, February 12: 2 to 6
Washington's Birthday, February 22; Army Dray, April AT p.m p.m.
8; Easter Sunday, ''Thanksgiving Day, Christmas\ Day, COCONUT GROVE CLYDE KILLENS'Knight
New Year's Day January 1 ; Inauguration Dlay, January 3144 Elizabeth St.. Duplex. 2.

20 ; Mother's Day, Memorial Day, Flag Day, June 14 ; now bedrooms rented c-n for each$25 side.week.Tile roof,

Labor Day, Citizenship Day, Sept. 17 ; Columbus Day '$700 down Price $15,000 Seat

October 12; Navy Day, October 27, Veteran's Day, No..

vember 11.How .
.Percy L. JohnsonReal FEATURING
many of these days do we use Old Glory?' Estate Broker

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3781 Grand Ave. Sam
Coconut Grove CookeRCA

CORE Promises SitinsAt Phone HI 6.0334

Miami Schools .J: VICTOR RECORDING ARTIST

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nificant leadership in the area of
Sit-ins be staged at Dade 2 HOUSES '
may civil rights." ON ONE LOT I
County schools this fall to speed
Integration, A. D. Moore local The Negro has gained much $590 down I.
CORE' chairman, said at the clos. ground in the struggle ''against
ing of the annual session of the segregation: he said, "but we are $12,500 total
"
still far from the promised land.
Congress of Racial Equality Sun
day. Along with other comments he Live rent free. A bedroom-
said "Although is home for you and a 1-bed-
: segregation on
"We will do it if At lb
present it looks necessary necessary.," he its death' bed there are still guardians room home for rental in
of tin status hand with
said. quo on lovely Pr-n near 17th Ave.
bxygen tents to keep it alive."
and! NW 44th St.
Last year !538 Negroes went to I ,
He urged the organization to I
integrated schools, and the
pro I
its campaign in the fight
step up
gram is one of the best in the
for racial
slow South,", Moore said, but "It is too equality. $150 Cash

$79 PAYS> ALL
CORE'S national director, James
Farmer of New York said ther William Worthy Trial'Here 2 bedroom rear NW 62nd
will be no Freedom Rides through St.
No
Florida. He is taking part in a qualifying Move
program-"Ink for Jack"-to send Aug. 5 right in today. Why pay
President Kennedy ink to use for rent, buy this low down
signing an executive order to end The NAACP expressed concernto payment home.
discrimination in federally-financ Attorney General Robert Ken SAM COOKE
ed housing. nedy this week over the scheduled "The Glass"

Moore said he to prosecution of Afro-American Correspondent "Twisting The Night ''
planned fight
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segregation in the restaurant and William Worthy, Jr., $300 down Clyde Killens
under a provision of the 1952 Me-
blood bank connected with Away" Does it
Jack. Carran Immigration Act. $70 MO. PAYS ALL againPACE
son Memorial Hospital.
I "Our attorneys have searched Lovely 2 bedroom Halving'
"It is that President with \
a myth diligently," said I NAACP Executive a Party
Kennedy is doing all he can in the I Secretary Roy Wilkins, "but thus front screened porch car-
field of civil rights," declared Dr.' far have found no record of any porte air condition stove "Bring it ,
Martin Luther King at the CORE on Home
other person having been prose. and refrigerator. Near NW I
session at the Hampton House Me"I
cuted in the precise circumstances 45th St. To \
I Saturday speaker. when he was the featured alleged in the case of Mr. Worthy."
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The "newsman is charged with PLUS THE
Drawing the attention of his .
entering the United States from
i mixed audience to the "great cour. Cuba without a passport. He has We ar ran ore financing also
age and leadership" the President been denied a change of venue and UPSETTERS
I showed in the steel crisis, Dr. King I his trial will be held in Miami on TRIO REALTY
said, "the high cost of prejudiceis August a.Miami.
just as injurious in this countryas 801 NW 54th St.
the high cost of steel." I I BAND
Times Ads j "L 9-8372 PL 9-5455
)\ He told CORE, "We must makeit : NE 5-8745 *
clear that there is a great deal Adm. $1.00
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..... -- -. -- ---- ...= ---:-_ -: with Sam Cooke and the Upsetters THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA.
plus the regular show. Uptown, ink <
at the King O'llearts, Johnny Lo SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1962,* / PAGE 5
melo Is getting ready for Dinah -- ------
Washington, followed by the U. S. : r .

Around MiamiI' Bonds Mona plus his Lisa regular and Sam show Early, featuring Myrna Range; Weds *

Up the Street, the Popular Satel- + "
". lite Lounge swings every night '
John Errol Lee .
.l-.lf' :
DAVE BONDU with Dottie and Mop Dudley, .
By
where barmaid Rosetta, Hattie andClem Juanita Evans and Elizabeth Me-
w. ] have a smile for everyone,, Dougal. The matron of honor

.. Manager Bill Harris, is also in wore an attractive white gown,
the stages of planning nice thingsfor while the bridesmaids were attired .

In the still of Monday night as for a Translster Radio and a set of his very happy customers.Go I in pale pink silk organza

most folk] were preparing to retire leather golf club head covers;; 7th Ave. to 67th St., then gowns
for the evening, a soft, gentle wind Herb Gaines, Regional Director of up
wind over to 15th Ave. and 69th St. andyou'll Mr. Norman Patrick, Range, a
blows through the windows. tho Budweiser Company, for a find the Famous Corner brother of the bride, was the best
in You can see lights go out, and only Bar Set 'and a decorative ash tray;; which is doing a bang up job with man, and ushers were: Messers.

glare some of the apartments TV is the bright Baker's Bar, operated by Carolyn the crowds. The band swings Earl Williams, Tony Ferguson, Os-
window. That peeking throughthe and Connie Farmer, donated a every Tuesday for Amateur Night,, car Range and Gerald Charles.
Late Show i on Tr:nsist'r Radio: : Charlie HayeV right through Sunday Evening fora The bridegroom was sharp in an
showing western
a and the silence of the Club Mi donated a set of special guest star and Jam Session outfit of hickory trousers with
is broken with
two pistol shots.
It
beautiful sterling silver, black tails, while the ushers were
is not from the Western
TV
on with
dressed in similar trousers
but two r al shots tint ciim from Johnny Lomelo of the King 0' Leaving there, we shoot over tuxedo coats.Immediately.
Apartment 11 at 1501 N.W. 53th Hearts gave a Camera and Flash to 75'h Sf. (Not with a gun) and
St. where Betty Odom pulled the Attachment; There was a $25.00 Charlie lIay.k's Club Mi and find following the ceremony
trigger of a Colt .45, and shoots Savings Bond from Tony Forrestof II Betty on the door and Phil Harris a very elaborate receptionin
her mate, Tom Odom. t the Royal Drive-In; A pair of doing a wonderful show. The music honor of the newlyweds was
Tailor Made Pants from 'held the home of the bride's
As it told Roger is just fine. On Monday nights, at
was to ms, there wasa Williams of Williams Tailors and the Club Mi has a big night when parents, 1631 N.W. 57th St.
quiet argument that turned into
Cleaners and Three Shirt
Sport you'll meet almost everybody.
death. A young boy of 14 or 15 /from "Mr. Brown Sub," Neal A largo crowd attended both the
years of age said that Tom and I Adams; The Pepsi Cola Companygave From there to the Hampton marriage and the reception.
Betty started fighting and she us a big Pepsi Cola Picnic house Pops Taylor is swingingwith 4
broke away. There was a slight Cooler and from the International the music for the Chicken

pause, and then the shot rang out. I Camera Shop at the Airport we Scratch, Pony, Hully Gully, Cha Ha'han Young's
Tom had a .45 slug in the stomach, I received 6 Ben Hogan golf balls, Cha, Calypso, Slow Drag and everything ; In one: of the most impressive

but grabbed the gun and yelled, To top it off, Benny O'Berry donated else in dancing. Here you weddings witnessed in Miami in Summer RecreationWe
"you shot me," then he pulled the 12 Driver's licenses to the will find a good floor show star quite some time, Miss Myrna Arietta I
trigger and shot Betty. Then all Immaculate Dozen, which they ring Chlckie "Madame Effie I Range, daughter of Mrs. Os. arc now in the third week of
hell broke loose and lights wenton will receive when theirs expire. Throckbottom" Home, Jo Ann car Lee Range of the Range Fu- wholesome fun in our Recreation
TV's were turned off and the' All trophies were from Halpert't eoursey and Satch Robinson. ntral Homo, became the bride of Program at the school. Registration
streets became full as both n'ttyand in the Pan American Bank Build- Shucks, I'm tired now and will Mr. John Errol Lee, Jr., son of is up a bit. We have to date
Tom staggered to the yard and ing, and oh yes, a Large Bottleof call it quits for the night 'spots Mr. and Mrs. John Errol Lee, Sr., 208 boys and 115 girls.
fell. Sirens of police] can *M an' French Cologne came from for this week, but will let you of Cincinnati, Ohio, in marriage I I Here arc the results of last
ambulance shattered the mi1 t of Little Ole Burkie. know what Is happening for next ceremonies held I Saturday morn week's Special Activities:
the night, followed by Homicide: weekend ing at the Holy Redeemer Roman We Journey over to North

Detectives. Again, my thanks to everyone Catholic Church, with Fr. Kiernan, Dade to\ participate in a Basketball
for their support, including Pops! Game and a Free Throw Contest
the Priest in .
charge
NOTE DEPARTMENT officiating.A
QUICK ;: ,
There was a slug] on the floor .
Taylor and his band, Head Waiter and Nathan Young won both
James had 14 stitches
and one on the ceiling and his Jimmy Pierce and his staff, Dr.taken in h's Lindsay hand after being bit solemn nuptial mass was said events. We were also victorious in
construction helmet was on the Mr. an.f 1 Mrs. Harry Markowitz, Sy and sung at thj wedding, with Fr. our softball games both girls and
ten ,
by a dog My good buddy,
floor broken coffee table.]
near a
Siflintfer, and Jerry Markowitz. To In Kiernan, the celebrant boys with Bunche Park Elem.,
No one knew how the argument Chick! Home Jo Ann Jockey Jack, dropped to see us Bethune Elem. and Floral
I Courseyand while he was here for the Disc Gorgeously attired in a stun. Heights
started and police are still investi- Ss'rh Robinson for a fine per the ning gown of white chantllly laco Elem.] The Costume Contest win-
Jockey Convention at Foun-
gating the shootings. Now, Tom is formame, we are grateful.I ovvr: white crridcscent satin, with ners were: 1st place, Kathy Smith;
tainebleau. ire is spinning the I
dead and is still in the hos
Betty
2nd ] Deidro Smith 3rd
whit veil place,
in Cleveland Ohio a and white accessories ; place,
pital. b 'i' that platter: < ,
I !ve attend I
everyone Mr. and carrying a beautiful Uremia Williams; 4th place, Caro
"Immacubte Do'on" Nat
ing the :affair had a nice time, and bouquet of sweetheart roses and lyn Johnson; and 5th place, Fran-
Doesn't that prove one thing? Vaughn motored to New York
we hope that it will become even up
That have to other- lilllcs of tin valley, the bride was c"S Johnson. Jimmie Alexanderand
got
guns go or in his new 62 Caddy to attend
bigger nnd better the
as
wise lot of won't die in bed. years go I given in marriage by her grandfather Clarence Parks won special
a us classes at a special IC'hoollor
by. II re is the final count, which pro-
Mr Edward Wilkerson. Art Certificates for excellent workin
,
If they had not had access to a Processing ,
was witnessed by Mr. Oscar Wea gressive "gassing" ( ) making of II) Bracelets. The Bi-
gun, they might have argued, ver, wh > is not a member of the The bride attended
was by
'Dr.I a ma. cydh Rodeo winners were: Robert
I Bet didn't! know that .
fought and left each other, or you :
Times Staff and 'inknown tron of
honor
wa to and four bridesmaids
Brown, 1st place; futile ROberts
made but now it is too late. Ben Atkinson's! nickname Is "BabyDee"
up;
us until the final time I Mrs. Barbara 3rdplace
counting : : Williams
a 2nd place; Lloyd Johnson,
Quick anger without a gun, may Ills father is also a
mean that a person lives longer, Sgt. Jessie Nash .__-___.....882 dentist in Atlanta, Georgia, and long-time matron of friend honor of and the bridesmaidswere bride, was ; Jimmie Alexander, 4th

but quick anger with a gun makes Prince Farrington ___ _.,.....80C since he is a Junior, they had to ;' Mrs. ThcorJa, Houston place.
for death. I Ike Vaughn. ... __ .........:638 separate the two Mona Lisa's Mrs. Delores Turner and Misses Boyd, The boys and girls enjoyed a
I Benny O'Berry .........612 real name is Edward McWaters swim trip to Manor Park School.
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Wednesday night, past The I Nat Vaughn .-_._____....-.202 Garth Revcs' nck-nnnr is -- -- W. wire able to take 72 boys and

Lounge looked like Easter in Robert G. Lee ...____....._.281 "Slacks" Attorney Henry Ar- girls
and everyone was as sharp as could Nick Thomas .... _. ......226 rington is called "Hankie" long tinu. to see all of Florida, Special Events for Next Week:
be. In fact, every man that came I Julius] Simmons .-...-..-......151 I Charlie Lockhart is called "Lockle" and we did. Didn't get mad with July 2 .-_....__. Arts and Crafts
through the door was "Immacu Dr. Edwin Shirley .........139 Dr. Edwin Shirley is called each other until we got home. July 3 .. Softball at BrownsvilleJuly
late" Some of those fellows should Robert P. Young ............123 "Sweet Slumber" and the While I was on the trip' I told 3 Track-Field with Bunche
have been in the contest. As for I Steve McEImurry........... 96 folks] call Rev. Gibson "That In- someone that "I wouldn't leave July 5 ...... Silly Bonnet Contest

the women of our town, all you I Robert Jackson ----.-....... 94 tegrationist" Miami to go to Heaven" and they July 6 .. Chess Tournament with
could] see was an Easter Parade. David Dobbs __ ___. __....... 93 ; sent it to Jet Magazine. North Dado and Bunche
As "Little Ole) Burkie" would say,1"it Henry Arrington __ __ 69 I Faces that were rare for a while, July 6 Swim Trip to Edison Pool
-"nn I Out, I guess that i is why I al.
was fabulous." They were the Clyde Killens and back on the Irene like Sickle Principal, Mrs. Josephine Mack-
epitome of fashion. Dr. Wm. Chapman---------- 66 I I Staton, Rufus Beechem, Rudy ways say, Live Life, Every Golden ey, is proud of the way that the
I 63 Ferguson, but we haven't seen Millie Minute of it, because you aro in boys( and girls are conducting themselves -
Rev. E.
T. Graham _.. 53
? ?? ?? The Immaculate Dozen contest Ernest Hayes ................. 39 Al Symonette Gil Nelson "wonderfully the program.
andRobert I'EACEI!
became a heated issue at the clos Earl Williams ............." 24 I I Little Mama, Freddie Walker] Goodbye until next week

! ing. Where Ike Vaughn was lead- Albert Smith ...._.......... 18 Barnett We wise seeing f p.y.u4Iru r L J++L l 3"tJfJT'.1"RJTJ "::4.U.UU .f 61nu'.q
moved into these folks around .
ing, Jessie Nash Roy Portier 17 .I Popular
first pace and Prince Farringtoninto Leo ArmbrlstPr------------ 17 Burdine has been ill for over 6
second place] to move popularIke Dr. Ben Atkinson ? weeks but is OK now same
........, 11 I
HOTTEST SHOW IN TOWN0
Vaughn into third place. A Sammia goes for Delores Cattle :who is !
Wright .............. 10
,_ late comer to the contest, Bennie looking much better after having
O'Berry who had 8 votes came These gcntlennn are the Imma- her accident '- -
from last place to win 4th place, culate Dozen (or Baker's Dozen)
before the deadline on June 30th for 1962. So now you can start to Speaking of cars, If you are
at midnight. Mr. David Dobbs think about your candidate for having. motor or car trouble, take
didn't make the cut-off, but also 1963. I your car to the Sinclair Service PHIL HARRIS
received a trophy and an awardas 1 Station on 7th Ave. at 59th St.

the man holding] the "Baker's PRETTY GIRL OF TilE WEEK: I I You'll flip when they tell you how
Dozen" title. Louise Driscoll. I much they charge to repair your
PRETTY BOY OF TIlE WEEK J short almost unbclieveablc] AND HIS
Austin Burke and his most helpful Herb Gaines. : prices low .. boy low Bill
wife did a beautiful job coordinating MAN ABOUT TOWN Bill John. Johnson of 842 NW. 2nd Ave.

the fashion show with son (Johnson's Shoe:Repair). owns the Elite Shoe Repair Shopat Harlem
Burkie as the narrator. They showed HAPPY COUPLE OF THE WEEK: that address. lie is a darn good In Havana Revue
the latest styles] for men, and Mr. and MM. Leonard Leon- shoe repair man. and even repairs -
(
were fabulous. Our models were ard's Bakery), golf shoes (That's how I found WITH MUSIC BY
Sgt. Jessie Nash, Prince Farrington him). He even does Dyo Flex on
Ike Vaughn, Julius "Catfish" Ladles Shoes. Give him your
Simmons, Steve McElmurry and As I've explained] many times,' shoes to fix and see what I mean W. C. BAKER & BAND
I[ visit
Robert Jackson. Our Mayor, many places throughout . Robert Swindle if the nnly
Charles Hadley, made the opening the week seeking new places for Negro Driver for the 7-up Company
introduction and assisted in presenting 11 to go, and such is the case ofSherman's ''I and we are glad to km>,v STARRING .
the fine prizes and the : Bar/ located at 773 N.W. that the Company Is hiring Ne-
20th! St, on the west side of 7th
trophies. Ave. This is a nice place to stop groes. 1 Little Clara Jay

That brings us to the point and have a cold beer or soft I didn't tell about the trip ,
you
where I must say Thank You to drink. Eddie Sherman and his that Mayme and I took two we"ks! KELSON The Dancer SupremeC
the businessmen and women of vlte. Betty, operate the place and
We went to Went Palm Beach
Miami for their support. Mr. if you're around the area, stop in ago.fort Pierce, Daytona Bccah, Jack-, JACKSON The Wailing Blues Singer
Charles North of North Travel and you'll enjoy yourself This is Brunswick
the only place I know of tint onville, Waycross, Georgia, DORETHA The Exotic of DanceS
Bureau for the Ticket to Nassau; still Jekyll Island, Savannah, Augusts Queen
My girl, Marietta McPhee for accommodations has a 5< juke box-6 plays for a Athens Atlanta Griffin
; .
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quarter, How about that
at Marietta' guest Drop Birmingham Alabama
Macon ,
;
house in Nassau; to Roy Bowe of in, they are nice people.
Tallahassee Ocala
Ga.
Albany ,
;
the Conch Shell in Nassau; Dolphin Tampa, Sarasota and then home MON.-The Big Celebrity Nite. Come ee the star

Motel Jekyll Island, Ga.; Let's take look around Mayme copped the Ladies Championship -
a town
THURS. Phil Harris Amateur Nite
Cities Service 62nd St. -
Sharpes and see what's going on. First. at the Rogers Park Invitational -

and 15th lIarrls Ave for 50 gallons of the of The Glass is thinking strongly of Open Golf Tournament, FRI. SAT SUN_Pril Harris and His Big New
,
Bill ,
gas; manager bringing Dick Gregory back since while we were there. If you are
Satellite Lounge for a Helbros 10 many folk missed him Sunday planning a vacation, dig my State Revue Dancing Girls <
watch; Fifth of Chivas Regal from night at the Knight Beat This -Florida. Georgia ain't so bad

Hampton House; Johnny Williamsof weekend, the biggest woman of either, specially in Atlanta where
the Band Box Barber Shop for the Blues will grace hi* stage they are really on the ball. FloridaIs MI BOWLING CLUB

6 free haircuts; Mr. Ed Gill, man- yep, Big Maybelle, plus the regular beautiful country and there ito
ager of the Sir John Hotel, for a show featuring Bobby Marshall no place like Miami We enJoyed -
fifth of Schenley Reserve. ),,1. C. Frank "Chicken Scratch" the scenery and feel that 1900 NW 75th Street 691.9833

of Cea- DuBoise. On July 13, 14 and 15th Florida has all the States beaten
SOT'S Mrs.University Willie Mae of Ceasor Cosmetology, he'. having a humdinger of I show for beauty. We had wanted, for a :I; Jl..Jl ....Jr JUUI....A.JIJUUUl..JJCLI.IJUdtU..n Aa..rl:
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FULL CUT Ground Beef Ib 33
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North Dado Metro THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

On PAGE, '7
Cagers SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1962
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Recreation Center

Rolle and Edwards; Henderson, Liberty City, the Vikings of Coco,
Latin American Tour The junior high school boys are Bronson and Gamble. nut Grove, the Boosters of North
j having the time of their lives in Dade and the Knights of Liberty
the basketball clinic that is being The center also conducts special
conducted by Mr. Gibson, the seasoned events each Friday afternogn. The City.The
MANAGUA, NICARAGUA of "PRO" at the center. Each winners of the various events are Knights and the Hustlerswill
(SPECIAL) Seven members basketballteam Swim Glasses al I morning from 10:30 to 12:00: a.m., as follows: First place in the origi. play the first game on Wednesday
the Grambling College 50 to 75 youngsters receive the best nal drawing contest was won by July 11. The All-Stars and
arrived Here Tuesday as partof I of instruction and through drills the Ranpheroes will play the sec
go Steven Duncan. Second place was ,
a 14-man American squad mak. I 1 designed to improve their basket 11. and Theodore I ond game. The Cannons will meet
Parks won by Bishop
Four Bade ,
ing six.week goodwill tour of ,
Latin a America. ball ability. Dribbling, passing, and Renitt placed third. Charles the Vikings in the first game on
shooting drills are followed up bya Holmes won first place in the Copy Thursday night and the Boosters
The touring U. S. squad played It's time again to register for high-spirited game each day. The Drawing category. Anthony Tay i will play the Untouchables in the
i its first game on a note of guarded swimming instruction at Dade boys love it and clamor for more. lor and Joseph Dames placed sec. second game Thursday, July 12.

optimism.Cleve County Parks: Matheson, Home- The center conducts weekly ond and third respectively Thei I The results of the games played
Oliver, tour business man stead Bayfront, Homestead Bay tournaments each morning. 'i i Mechanical Drawing category was on June 27 and 28 are as follows:
ager, called the tall American front and Virginia Beach. Friday won by Robert Henderson while
North I Cannons 93, Hustlers 67; Boosters
I The tournaments for June 29 were I
team "exceptionally with I Charles in second. The .
strong experience Paige came
'I 70, All-Stars 56 Knights 84, Untouchables
I ;
shooting ability, balance, Friday (July 6) from 9 ajn. to Three Man Basketball, Carrom Crafts category was won by David 75 Vikings 82, Ran-
aggressiveness, speed and good all. noon you can register in beginners Tournam, Shuffleboard, Table Colebrook while Sandra Ward cheroes 58.MASONIC. ;
classes .I j Tennis for girls and boys, and
over height. preschoolers and adult I placed second and Bennie placed
at the above parks. Qualified I Archery. The winners are: i third. -
The tour is under the auspicesof instructors will be on hand to i '|
the U. S. Department of State teach the classes which begin Monday .j Archerj'-Edward Norris and Joseph ', A Superstition Day is planned AND
and the Amateur Athletic Union.. July 9, and run for two weeks. Dames. for Friday, July 13, 1962. There
Grambling won tin NAIA na. I Carrom-Robert Helms, Sanford will bo games, contests, dancingand EASTERN STARSUPPLIES
tional championship in 1961 and For further information you Bradshaw and Freddie Bronson. refreshments. If you are not
six members of this tournament- may call FR 3-6385, Dade Park's j Shufeboard-Geraldine) Sand superstitous, come out and join the
hardened nucleus are making, the Recreation Division. ers, Linda Green and Karen fun.
tour. Forbes. NORTON'S RELIGIOUS
The third week of the Metro-
The American
squad will employ Table Tennis, Singles-Clyde
politan Recreation at the North SUPPLIES
a tight crowd-pleasing"alley-cat" fast-break and a WANT TO MAKE ftlZft A Murphy, Rether Nesbitt and Den. Dade Center began with four of
defense.
WEEK ise Wilcox. the eight teams in the Adult Bas- 4421 NW 17th AVE.
Course.NowlCALL Doubles-Clyde Murphy and
Enroll In RETS
The U S. cagers moved to Bar a Denise Wilcox. ketball League still undefeated.
I MEL KNOWLES -TODAYII
Phone 635.7913
ranquilla, Colombia from here. I PL 7-8312, Three Man Basketball-Helms, Those teams arc: the Cannons of

The complete schedule, follows I '
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June 28, Bogota, Colombia; July 1, ---
Lima, Peru; July 5, Antofagasta,:
Chile; July 6-12, other cities in
Chile; July 13, Buenos Aires, Ar- I : N
gentine; July 17, Montevideo, Uruguay I iI I '-: : -
; July 19, Asund, Paraguay ;'
; July 22-Aug. 4. Rh D' Jan- I ;: pG'MI
eiro, Calvadore, ReciCe, Fortalezaand r
Belem, Brazil. brewed
I I '
The team returns to Miami on .
Aug. 4. Oliver said the entire trip .,. -
is being made by jet plane. for that rw.


BROWARD COUNTYRECREATION

wonderfulworldof
NEWS -IN-


SPECIAL INTEREST CLASSES
FILLED

Girls enjoying their Summer at
Sunland Center have filled the
classes in Sewing and Cooking. leisure
These classes are designed to teach -
the little Miss to be a little homemaker .
at an early age. Parents
and friends are welcome to attend .
these classes conducted every Mon- f : j
day through Friday starting at 3
p.m.

LADIES FASHION HATS Gw \ t

The ladies of this area are I designing 1v 1-
their own hats-at Sunland 0/
Park Center. Classes In sewing,and
hat making are conducted every
Monday and Thursday evening tr
7 ypgq { i

p.m.DILLARD PLAYGROUNDMany r
'rk'
(
participants, adults; and 1' *
spectators visited the playgroundto ; .
register for the Summer pro ,
gram. They enjoyed such games as
kalah, pick-up-sticks, dodgtbaU and IIa
softball. There were from three,to I
threeJrandred and fifty participants
daily The Dillard Play.
ground won second place Friday,
June 22 1962 for its participationin
the Annual Play Day:Activities
held at Sunland Park. Some of the
events and the winners of the
events were as follows: Betty I
Higgs, Chicken Scratch; Floyd Fan
ning, Twist Contest, Sixty yard
dash; Donald Wallace, Lee James, '
Horace Graham, Forty yard dash, ,:
Carol Hankerson, sottball throw, iDREWED FOR THAT WONDERFUL WORLD OP LQaOfcB' ;
Macon Higgs.

ANNUAL ATTRACTS PLAY DAY i't I III JJII! .


Approximately 6.000 boys and L4
girls participated in the Annual ,:
Flay Day activities held at Sun-
land Park. The program provided
events for all age groups. Sunland
Playground participants achieved :
the most points for the scheduled I
activities, Dillard second, Walker
third, North Fork fourth, and Lincoln
fifth. [LIL1-.a

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POPULAR .
KILLENS'
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA Boards CLYDE .
Too Many ..c,, !- I

PAGE 8 SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1962
Metro Manager Irving McNayr
,'.-- ,- believes the county has too'hianjf KNIGHT BEA'DOES
.Li1 a.L LiaL ; && & 1. test boards. He would like to's e! :

them abolished and their work "' ,i I,_ ,;
Personal Mention done by Metro employees i "
AGAIN
IT
Six of these are trade examine
boards for building, plumb.
Ing -
-L '.,-.L,-L -.L..L..L i,,"..}hL1111i.Lb.Lib11j11 ...j..L-LJ.J.J.J., J.J.J.J.J.J.J.J.J.J ing, electricali engineering, me TONITE TOMORROW & SUNDAY
liquefied petroleum
children of the Bronx, N.Y. are contractors JULY 6-7-8
vMting\ : withy Mrs. Pimpey's pa- Mr. McNayr said there is too

rants! Mr. and Mrs. Chris Ware- much "feuding and fussing" among
them, including Jurisdictional disputes ,
ham and her grandmother, Mrs. with one another. He thought m's

Florence Cooper Her husband, Zoning Board members majority
Fred expects to Join, them in a should come from the unincorporated -
I couple jf (Weeks. areas where the board has all
I its jurisdiction. He also thinks it
unfair to pay $15 to members of
Teal na' E. Jamison spent a few 11 boards for attending meetingsand
days In the Magic City last week no compensation for the other
visiting' relatives, and friends. boards

She returned by Delta Airlinesto : ifif, 1455 ,NW
Dayton, Ohio, Iwhere she is Armen1hA, Pedican
.
dong! psychl'atry!' social work Ac. 5tih place.
7 7Mr Mr Higgs is the father of Mrs.,
C'03'n'lanYll1Il: : Miss Jamisi' was a
Lerlene ILgns Williams Samuel s
sen oo-iworker, Miss C. Jena! John- I Higgis (Bulbber) and, Bernard. $Aav ,


Mrs. Al nzo Moron, wife of 4 .", ,
Dr and Mrs Chas. D Long the former president of Hampton, ,r 4s ; a
will vacation, in u lUring Den- Initsitute! now living in the Virgin ,
o rp ,
mark, Swcedtn: Norway and Islands paid a visit to Attcr- + '
d9
Scotland July 12 to August 6. ney and Mrs. .Aronld Greenfield W f' F
Cn her vacatl1 In in 'the staites
Dr. Moron Is' now V. I. administrator
and Mrs. Leonard George I Samuel Hlsgs Sr., popularly for the Housing!' and
of 1313 NW 68fch Terr received known a.UMo Qt' Higgs, form- Home Finance Agency, and was I
word this week of the proml'-ition I erly of Miami, and nriw of recently given the HHRA's su- l
of their son, Alphoriso b' the I Brooklyn, returned to Miami last iperil ir service award Dr., Moron
rank of: Airman.. : Second Class at"Sunday on a vacation trip. While and Mr. Greenfield became
the G22nid Air Refueling Squad- in Miami Mr Higgs will be the fiends as fellow Harvard students
at England Air Force 'Base, La. house guest of tote sister, Mrs. .


Dr. W. A. Bison of Mem;\Ws, I V(
WE CATCH IT FISH MARKET t
T<'nIl., an old MJamian, was a ) '
we'come' visitor to our city. Hen
.s been attending the Medical> 2208 NW 62nd StreetBlue
Dental and Pharmaceutical Association BIG

meeting in Jacksonville. Runners, uncleanedl 3 Ibs. SOc MAYBELLEI
While!' here he lived with his
sister, Mrs. Winifred Thompson, Snappers. '3 'lbs,, $1.00 ...
Plus Hoi Papa Turner and The
6720 NW 19th ave. ..''/
Mullets "pJlb. 30c .I.,; jI:,j "Joyettes featuring Joya Payne

DELIVERIES TWICE DAILY ITo :,>..- With Bobby Marshall!
Thaddeus Goodmond, wife '
Bertha and two children are visIting homes and'restauralnts ., !F<" V \ ,t I (Miami' Most Popular M. C.
Admission Fri' and Sun. $1.25 Sat. $1.50
his mother and I ether rela- Call 691.2791 other \ -
us for
tives in Liberty Oity. Mr Good- specials All'tables FREE'except ringside and 2nd rows
mond ,a former member of Mt.
\Talb a- Baptist Church' chair, ia ",:; ;c ;; :;$;:; "- "- ...;. .;. ;/
well known as a attritua. 1 and
NEXT WEEK JULY 13 14 -15
gospel singer having been a -

member of a ipopular gospel sing KING SOLOMON'S'TWO -
ing group before moving tj New --W
York ,

SISTERSTWO

Mrs. Grace McDonald widow \ ,
of Claudius McDonald, arrived
from the Bahamas last week. She I
:is the house guest i cd:. Mr. and DREAM BOOK r14'i 'iyY

Mrs. J. Hartman' Taylor. B 4r
$
S
Mrs. Gasper Weir of Nassau, HEADS ARE +VI"
irndeiwtmit' surgery recently at
Mt Sinai Hospital. Sh* ds con BETTER THAN' ONE
valescing: at the home of her ..ptq'&p
friends/ Dead'01 and Mrs. CharlesE.
G:Ibsonv 3290 NW 48th Terr. Get this book at the Economy Drug Store and

James Deam, formerly of Miami Community Drug' Store mind all other leading drug
and nqw 'of Newark, N J.,
returned to Miami: ,recently to stores. 4

visit! his ,parents, Mr. and Mrs. t
Jacdb Dean of 14900 Polk St. in 1

RUchmeod. Heights. Mr. Dean,
'who' is concert artist of considerable .
repute, is currently servingas '
-
organist and director 'if the J THE, 'All '.NEW''
[
Founta'n! Baptist Church of f HA :HQ]- J'SB
Summit, N.J. Dean also teaches llU1 PTQ'N .
voce: number 1 I.f, aspiring '
to a ."i ,
1 '.I II'' ('Iubl ili
young maJor in(people.Miami He; for expects about to three re 1'111.1.. l .J:..... _,

tn! ire weeks before< returning to
New Jersey to his duties 5 STAR SHOW STARRING


!. Mrs. Jullta Pompey and three CHICKIE HORNE SAM COOKEr


.,.. WITH ,
r R a*' i
EVERBODY'S GOINGTO p ltl.

EUROPE JO ANN CORCEY'

Make, Reservations Now! (Little Girl With The Big Voice)

DownAnd .. 1 y ';.
Pay $99 '
Satch Robinson (Your ,M. C.)
Spend

21 days vacationing in ''POp Taylor's Five Hamptones

9 countries 0 Chester Washington, Tenor

-e- 0 Arthur Johnson, Trumpet
ENGLAND e HOLLAND
e
FRANCE BELGIUM 0 Joe Watson, Piano
GERMANY ITAY 0 Bud Fisher, Bass "
AUSTRIA LUXElIDOUG'ncludesa 0 Pop Taylor, Drums -idJ7L1ut I!
meals, 1 '
Tnuis]>artatlont 1 ;
hotel, sightseeing, etc. CMrja Vallee' "House of China" Live SNow
.
WMBM Leaving N.Y. July 13 r'

Return Aug. 5 COME HAVE FUN'DINE AND DANCE J

Friendship tour to Europe Admission $1.25 Friday ,and Saturday OnlyFriday ';
\. Sponsored byNorth's
Ie,. and Saturday Show Time ((3 shows) 10:30 2a.m. ,,1 ,
Travel BureauAnd tJ..y. _
Sunday ((2 shows) Early show 930: and 11:30: ; i ..

: The Pittsburgh Courier Tuesday, Wednesday, (Thursday 10:00 land 1:00: THE UPSETTERS' 'BAND

Total cost $969 No Cover No Minimum No Table 'Charge Advance $2.75 Door $3.00
n&i. In 24 monthly payments
1104 N.W. 3rd Ave. 4200 NW 27th Ave. NE 3.0611 2 shows V 9 12, and'12:30.4:30'
Phone FR 9.8451 Reservations must be made for a specific showAjnd

Writ for Tour Folders ,Today :. I are good for that show only Call FR 33381THE



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book, depending on the amount de THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI,AFLORIDA
In posited: This does not seem im
, Negroes Community : portant now, but a few years hence, ::SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1962 PAGE:9

,there will be much pride in the
: knowledge that one is an original
Excited About New Bank depOsitor: In addition to the special "'"
I passbook, each person who "
makes a deposit is eligible for one

For the last week there has beena another. Still yet a third said this: of tors the" prizes available to deposi
was the statement of Billy
constant flow of individuals into "I don't have much, but I want it t I. Miller, the President of the insti
the temporary offices of the association I put where it can do the most good." tution.
pA 160 ,_ $mte
%
at 1037 Northwest Third "The flow of deposits into the
Ave:: to ascertain information as I bank has been more than gratify. OX 1-7959 22nd Ave and 69trtvSt.
to how to make deposits.The NEW BETHEL BAPTIST
ing. It is
a pleasure to work witha
indication is that there has people who seem so desirous of 1671 N. W. 68th Terr. -
long since been a desire, as well as having their conditions bettered"was Rev Ernest Williams pastor FRIDAY SATURDAY 15.
dire need for a fiscal institution the statement of Charles Prattler Deacon Fred Williams, reporter
which would serve principally the Manager of the new institution.The Last Sunday a powerful sermon' THREE BIG HITSTMOsfwULOWTAUCrtAYHAT9AtArn'AOAWI
Negro population of Dade
County. Times learned today that tor delivered a powerful sermon
In questioning those who have the target date set for the grand, and at night the Rev. Moss delivered V 9
come in for information, a variety opening, is July 14 As the progresss I the sermon. No. 2 choir
of answers have been forthcoming, } now developing it will seem that twill reader the music next Sun.. ROCK HU. SON
most of them expressing the same everything is going off on sche day afternoon the Deaconess
need. "It should have been here a dule. D tard will have a program at the c DAY
long time ago," said, one man church: We -want everyone to DORIS
"When I go away to visit other "All depositors who make a deIposit 'carne out. M .ither Baita its in .
cities, I can feel that I come froma before the grand opening will charge. The public, Is invited to TONYRANDAttfJCOME
progressive community," said receive a "gold" or "silver" pass. visit with ,us. i

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Your Miami Times

On Sale Here

!MIAMI! 1 BU Cll BACFC ;
Down Town ,
Homos Grocery, 302 NW 14th St. A .
Economy Drug, 1101 NW 8nl Av.Park's v mm lACKOAKIE'JAfaitRUSgiEN
1V
Sun. 1201
NW 3rd Ave.
Hartley's, 1201 NW 3rd Ave. V V V r V,rw w..Riw n"i K.wNV V V V
Service Drug, 1240 NW 3rd Av.
Walk-Inn,, 1042 NW 2nd Ave. SHOWN AT 9:30
Harlem Drug, 1400 NW 3rd Av. BEER
Nick's 1522 NW 3rd Ave. i
Charles MkU. 340 NW 18th Ter. SOLDIERS
Lenny's Drag 1700 NW 3rd AT. THE1HORSE ..
licddy'B Gro., 1030 NW 3rd AT.
Arch's Gro., 1700 NW 3rd Ave.
Jay's Drug, 427 NW 20th St.St..an1fJ"s f. A TASTE OF William Holden John Wayne
Gro., 1000 NW 4th ft _BAVARIA,. .
Mjers, 575 NW 20th St. ,SHOWN AT 11:00TECHNICOLOR'
Dixie Drug, 505 NW 20th Si AS ADVERTISED ON
Hillside, 1842 NW Oth Ave.
Person's Sundries, 1501 5th Ct
Eddie's Drug, 801 NW 3rd Ave. WMBMThe
Harkett's, 708 NW 2nd Ave.
P.. h. T., 714 NW 2nd Ave. L-I
Alex Sundries '710'/2\ 2nd Ave.
818 Shoe Shine, 818 2nd Ave... WITH
Harlem Sweet ShoJI, 208 10 St. International florists AssociationCordially THAT e'0
Carrie's Gro., 155 NW 17th St. ...
Tucker Gro., 1400 NW 1st Ct. '
invites the public to attend a CIIIU.INQHOWU
Southern Gro., 1701 NW 1st PI.
People's Drug, 402 8th St.JliEHTY ;

Comm. Drug, 0750 CITY 15th Ave. Flower and Fashion
Little tiui>er Mkt., 5820 17th St.
Bethel Sundries, 0828 18th Ave
Smith Sundries, 0704 18th Ave.
18th Ave. Gro., (1307 18th Ave. Show I
nanas Gro., 0700 15th Ave. /
Hetty's Gro.. 0004 NW 15th Ave
Newton's Sundries, 8320 18th Av. -, SHOWN AT 7,40
Lib. Reality Salon, 6707 15th Av. Tuesday, July 10, 1962
Griffin Gro., 0572' 15th Ave.
Bannister's, 0200 NW 15th Ave At The Hampton House Motel SUNDAY AND MONDAYOne
J and J Drug, 1410 02nd St.
Seymour's, 1304 NW 62nd St. 1,000 CARNATIONS GIVEN AWAY complete show due to length of each picture
Jackson's, 6000 NW 12th Ave. For further information call W. O. Perry, Presidentat ,
Matthew's Gro., 6081 15th Ave. PerrY'* Florist, FR 4-1205 GUNS OF NAVARONE 10,30 '
Convenient Gro., BS04 22nd Av.
Lerner', 2000 NW 75th St. I.. ju7 PEPE 7,44
Thomas Gro., 2350 75th St.
Lincolnfleld'a Drug 2001 62 St
Flash Gro., 5552 NW 17th A'...
Midway Drag, 2208 62nd St. BUY SUMMER MOVIE CLUB SEASON TICKETS TUESDAY/ AND WEDNESDAY

Cecil Cleaners, 2239 02nd St. NOW AND SAVE! .............
CARVER RANCHES Special ,Approved Children' Show II
Howe's Barber PembrokeMOltlJl
ShOr' ItHACn Every Wednesday at 2 p.m.

Mrs Miller CENTER THEATRESeason
Maxle Sands. 1020 MS 155 St.
OPA LOCKAIlunche .tickets 60c (about Sc per show)

Drug, 2280 Dun. Park Regular 'admission Children 15c, Adult and t
Magnolia Sun., 14570 22nd Ave. Student accompanied By children 35c I
Lowe's Gro., 1784 All Daba AT. 1
for 2 Bottles of SQUIRTritXiCi
Miller's Sun., 15110 2nd Ave. Coupon
David Lawrence, 1501 20th Ave. Admission for 6 Squirt bottle cap SHOWN AT 9iGOMm
Esther' Gro., 1710 AU Baba FREE The Happy Drink
.
Samuel Stanley, 15281 18th Ave. I CARV GRINr
Michael Sanders 3500 100th St. J MIUISfIE 'SUIY PARKER
imOWNSVTLLES
r'
|>lc A Span, 4801 NW 27th Ave. SEE MIAMI'S BEST EN-
Noal's Mkt., 4825 27 th Ave. TERTANERS ON THE
R"ownsvllle Drug, 4034 ?27tb Av.
P.M.
STAGE WED 9 1r
Klnora's. :
Sundries, 4320 27 Are. R
Tracy's Gro., 0010 NW 82nd Av. Capitol Theatre 4 I.
Jet Drag 2000 NW 54th St.Ilnunfe. '
'. Gro.. 2600 NW 54th SL Jimmy (Salt Pork)
RICHMOND HEIGHTS Reeves. SHOWN AT lliOO,

Present special eliminations I

ATTENTION, HIGH SCHOOL how of all 1st prize winner ntawnc marMw

,GRADS on first 9 Giant Talent
Wf )
9dDlSOfl11dNCOtOM
EARN $125 A WEEK. Show for extra bonus
;"' fEOOA FARR;
prize
Train now with RETS
Call PL 7-J332 Plus KA7WYN GRANT <

ARCADE OF STARS ,

... .
Foil Sale Frank: William and the Rocketeer and SHOWN AT 7i37
Sensational Little,Cora .
Absolute auction to hi g h 9 ./ "I', I ,
bidder. Home and apartment And ,on "the screen t STARTS THURSDAY ,f: ,

on approximately Tony Curtis in "SQUARE JUNGLE"And SHOWING' :
FIRST MIAMI >
yre. Sunday: July 8, at 2 Arthur Kennedy in "Naked Dawn'NO jjj

p.m. ADVANCE,IN ADMISSION "BOYS NIGHT OUT"\ .;'). : \,.

INSPECTION ANY TIME FOR'THIS GALA STAGE AND SCREEN SHOW1 :r'
Randall c. ,i
Kim Novak p Tony James rngr: ; ,
1860 NW'81st St. ALL _NEW,SHOW EVERY WEDNESDAY t."::;a",JI .'
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-I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Lilllo Willie John JOLLY FRIENDSThe I
___ I Phil Ossofor Says
.
ACE Id SATURDAY JULY 7, 1962M I, members of the Jolly
r--1 Throws Parly Friends Social and C i v I c
Gay
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By Stanley Sweeting Club wish to thank all the In a recent news article I read
friesds who made the first that the president of a large church
An internationally-known young annual, Cocktail Sip at the association called upon his or
1,1, singer gave a swellegant party tanization to resist "to the bitternd"
home of Mr. and Mr.s
Tuesday night-and what a partyit > efforts to unite all Christians.
'F Shaddie Ward, on June 17a He said, "The forces of hell are
turned out to belTwentyfive.yearold I I
mammoth success. Mrs. i ii :our foes" striving to merge
Little Willie i churches. "Ours is a fight unto
'S i Frankie Glover, chairman oi Jeath. Those who wish to live and
{1' John and exponent of
1: y t : a purveyor
scintillating jazz tunes-via labels, the sip is to be well con- lie like heroes of faith will step
night clubs and theatres-literally' gratulated for her effort. over the line and declare on which
plastered the Greater Miami area I' side they fight"These

with invitations (the telegram Variety To the many friends from are strong statements for
'r}! (
S..x wr. ) requesting a select clienteleof out of town, thanks for com the head 'of a 700,000 member
friends and admirers to attend a"GetAcquainted"
party in his new' ing (Everyone attending was church group to make. I cannot
home 1090 N.W. 58th filled with accept his position on this subject
ly acquired happiness a ,n d of
according
to understanding
By Albert W. Cooke i I I Street my
I goodwill. Many thanks also the Scriptures. In both he Old and
It has bFezS a long time since Benefit DanceThe ... to Mr. Baldwin Hepburnwho New Testaments we are told, (and
have see4t;'a ;(day like today. I I I I the Beloved Jesus spoke these
Half'of'Uie skids are almost jet1 Sunsh/'ne' / Club of Dade thrilled the guests with words) that we shall become as
black,* and 'the' other half are a. County)' will sponsor a benefit his rendition one fold and one shepherd.We .
peaceful 'blue., It takes no Einstein dance at the beautiful( King 0
tell'that pretty soon it will Hearts Club, 6000 NW 7th ave., recognize His Holiness Jesus
rain and all will be wet and July 13 a-t 9 o'clock. Two wonderful ) ite to Christ as a shepherd. (Heb. 13:20.: )
gullible
: songs a but
gloomy For'the skies over Miami floor shows and dance appreciative What is the purpose of a shepherd?
have to refrain from unity. It you crowd of VIP's.But .
yet !to the music of Sam Early, ABC I Is it not to gather his flocks? A
v seems as if whenever ,past! of Recording Band. back to the "Get-Acquaint- true shepherd does not scatter
Miami' heavens are sad, the other w ccr: party The handshaking, pat- them. If they become scattered, it
part skies!overdMiami Advance' tickets 125. Seating on the back, glad-to-see-you-man is because they have not followedhim.
th e' like a rcservaition at door. Tickets came group of guys and dolls, really Jesus came to establish a bondof
house'tCQ)'or-Toof.' For the roof is i> bought/ at the following whopped ,up a mess. Loads of love and unity amongst man-
a pan.ofJ'th house below it, and places, :: Ktoj: 0 Hearts, 1820 ,' soliu foods and hors d'oeuvres, too, kind. He brought love and unity
the'sk:it.What.\es'are'a part of Miami- below Wastegtcv St., OpQ'' (Locka, Busy niaue up a choice and wellbalancedcuisine. where there had been hate and

Gee Luncheon 168 NW 10th St., Drinks of every brand and separation.This .
is all this business about 2216 Alibaba: ,* Ave., Steward Service k.. y description flowed incessantly. Music gentleman speaks of "step.
the sky? Well do not 'Just sit Station or call Mrs. Glossie '': and song prevailed throughout. ping over the line and taking
there say something, like man McCray, NA 1-7162. See you at It was just tnat kind of a party sides." To me he is prophetically
what's happening? What's goingon '-he Kltag:: 0 'Hearts. Newsman Archie, Finder very cap. speaking of the Battle of Armag-
? Dont you like the rain I Literally plastered, yes, but in ably did a remarkable job in pro. gedon, and I believe that he and
Wouldn't you agree that rain is a doing sOJohn's sights"were trained moting the .affair.Portraying the church he represents (shouldit
necessary thing? Didn't you know THE GARDENIA CLUB more or less in the direction of a follow his example), are surely
that there would be days like this? certain brand of party folkkingsize he the kind of host that siding against God in this final
Why worry; let it rain? WHY The Gardenia Club met and filtered. gest is,little Little Willie, John, the big- battle before the visible coming of
NOT? You safe-sheltered. If man in show business, the Kingdom of Heaven
at earth.
are the hoe of Mrs. Janie on
laid
The frolicsome and Jovial crowdof down the red 1 carpet to his
you should decide that you want to Johnson Religious unity is the new wineof
and. was entertain. guests began gathering at the friends. And those of us who were
rain and
out have coat
go you a an this age and denominationalismis
umbrella-man like you are pro- ed by Mrs Clara Brown. end appointed: it was hour-eight nigh onto midnight pee emm-be- there made no attempt to dust our the old bottle which cannot con-
tected. You have got it made. After the meeting happy fore they -treking onward feet. We wore the carpet out. tain it.
There getting moody again.
you go Fight
There you go worrying about every birthday wars sang to Mrs further to the Beat Club for IIUD U.I .l i I I 1 J I'IA t 1 L.... J! I
body else. You' are 'too concerned Lillie Terrell hilarity.

about your, "Cousin." Man, like i; Mrs. Terrell was also At the Knight Beat, later the TV $
Service
they are not prepared-man like crowned Sir John Lounge, Little Willie John Calls J.50ALL
they are not ready, for, this rainso queen for the club. & Co., Inc., spent several hours
It is they who'are not ready in i Arnold Fames who lives wining and dining among other
'
life.I. : at 216 NW 59th St. won the celebrities. And Just to prove his MAKES-ALL MODELS
repeat myself, they are not point, Mr. John all 5 ft. 2 ins. of
$50.
ready In life. Hardly a day ever I him, contributed a few of his favor- LARRY'S T.V.
passes that an opportunity,of some
sort doesn't'present itself,and your WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS

cousin ready*:.'are'always;, dog gonnit.unpreparednot Wait-.a DOLPHIN MOTEL & CLUB RADIOS, HI-FI AND STEREO REPAIRSWe

minute!;" Waita: minute! Cousin, Sell Used TVs on Credit
control fyourseu. You are not to JEKYLL ISLAND, GEORGIA
blame {for their shortcomings. It 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-8024
is just''unfortunate that they can America's Year Round Sepia .
not see that while the sun is shining Playground TII. II T 1111 T ...11 IrH III H

and all is well they should be Conventions Club Groups Families always welcome
their
lives
busy enriching -improving

themselves, and making the Private Beach Cocktail Lounge Beautiful Rooms ,
most of what they have. Some _
wise man has said, and I quote, For a, Terrific Vacation Call. ;
.
"Ask for what you want, take what a
get, and use what get, until
you you Mrs. A. Robinson Mgr. NE
you get what you want.. 5-2273 or 'WE 5-9986

Let it rain, as a matter of fact,
I ( I., thank God for the rain. s _
Cousins. :;<


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Owner
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1 HOPE MY READERS will ,forgive me for} my

tLT seeming neglect for the past few weeks, but what with a

few days vacation and the national convention of the

American Library Association, I have been very busy.


"'''' '...vim.. :' SEEING FLORIDA IS FUN v

I WE' USUALLY PLAN to spend A few detyt of every

Church Women Report GrandUntlrnationallConvention BETHEL BAPTIST year motoring around Florida to places we haven't seen,

Richmond Heights and so get a better perspective of our fine state. By now
Rev. L. R. Ross: pastor have covered lob
Bettye Nolton reporter we quite a of territory. This year ,we
i took the Sunshine parkway to Hiviera Beach, turned west

-. Ushers Board No. 1 will observe across ,the stiato; through Arcadia, and on to Tampa. The

kGussie Gamble, state sup. July 15 its at 3 anniversary pan at the Sunday church., road to Arcadia was not very ,well travelled so we couldgo

zitLsor r of the the Churches Women of Depart.God 1. MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. We are expected t tc.> be the recipients fairly lowly and enjoy the sights of cattle grazing

tot E. Florida. Mrs. Regenta E. M. Thomas, pastor of several Dade County line ranches, pine trees that seem to symbolize\ South,

apan'ence, S. Miami' Mrs. VenelflDidcerson Phyllis !Myers, reporterWe ushers This is sharflag In. the festivities and in Unainage ditches in some sections along the road
contemplated be
to an
(-*: (Beach, Mrs.Mrs E. Anderson Lula (! are 'praying for all the sick llI1.qpidng: as well as beneficial af. we noticed water lettuce growing (a plant used in aquariums .
M
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i and little daughter, members to have a speedy recovery lair Please coma out, you will ,) and many dilterent kinas of wild flowers and
.
be glad did.
you\ fern.
!ld of South Miami !were

He to the International Wo- Mrs. Mottle Gray and daughter The Mente Club of Bethe: There seemed to be a great deal of building and
Meet In Washington' Alfrcda, the house Baptist Church
are is.
sponsoring a construction work
after convention. Mrs. guests\ of Rev. and Mrs. M. B. barbecue t &t Virginia Beach. on long the West Coast; trom Tampa to
,,ble visited friends In Bridge. Britton of .Bunnell. The church' Friday, July 27. Persons desiring Naples. In fact it is certainly true that the whole state of
Conn!, Utica, N.Y and' Is ,wishes for them a successful fo purchasing tickets may Florida seems to be booming and growing by leaps and
Jg to the members and her
!>r, \Rev J. C. Jackson", and trip. do the so club by or contacting Sherman members of bounds. The only unhappy pant of our trip was the drive
Clark
Ira McCall, thanks fir calling CE 5-2377. by from Naples to Miami along the Tamiami Trail, whereon

y 'kindness shown to her toe GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. each side of the Trail lor miles and miles, we couldsee

her vacation a most pleas. W F. Savoy, pastor the ot the
that
tires
ravages were so prevalent in the
one. Thanks to Elder and An enjoyable time was had ZION HILL M. B.
Brewing l: it care that was rendered in On: Friday, July 6 at 8 pan 2445 NW 48th St. new tires and it appetared mat some of the vegetations,

dly home welcome and we you your home. family the We are Allen invited Chapel to AME worship: Church with, Rev. J. Picfkett, pastor trees and shrubs were not injured too badly by the fires.
SS.: II. L
430( NW 5th ave., (Rev. O. E. McClenton reporterWe On this trip 1 saw less animal and bird life than I have

Turner, pastor We look forwardto are preparing to honor our ever seen on the Tamiami 'l'ral1.Ve cum be certain
eVe T. R. Rolle iworsnippdng! with this fine pastor and hta wife in rccognU that the recent rains* have helped the wild life in the

ipastor and congregation spent ilea of the four years he has Everglades to get back to near normal
stalled with us as our pastor.
Members and
friends
are urged
to attend services regularly during I I Everyone Is inw'ted. to Join us !in ALABAMA CONVENTION'I

On ,Sunday, June 24 at 3 July. Do not let the heat of our annual Pastl:.', Aid Tea, I RETURNED HOME from
the when will 'ibo given at the churchen my few day around
day out-ma'tah'
Rev. our
.m. Thomas A. Rolle, eager Sunday, July 8 from 4 Florida only in time to
spirit to be steady Christian dis- to 0 (attend the annual national con-
as installed as pastor of aples.ST. pjn. A well planned program is vention of the American Library Association held this
Spiritual Baptist Church of oang prepared for your enter. ,
..aintnout.Services. year on ,Miami Beach with headquarters at the Fontain-
ernne. ins moderator ore PAUL A.M.E. CHURCH r bleau Hotel. Perhaps one of the nicest things about
Atlantic/ Coast Baptist In honor of the pastor conventions is meeting
Mrs. Lee Gray, reporter will be given throughout the people from tail; sections of the
.ssociation
Rev. L. A.
; 3627 SW 27th St. week e' July 913. The anniversary country. This year in addition to librarians from practically -

'hompson did the officiat- The entire congregation of St : v'l! be clirsod on Sunday, every state in the union we had visiting or exchange -

ng. Other members in at-;Paul I h deeply saddened' by the July 15t: 2 pm. please feel free librarians from Swedei., Japan| South America

endance were Rev. Ernest sudden Friday death morndnig.of our The pastor funicral last to ante 11 f any of these services. Canada and ;a few from Africa-, and India wearing their,

Villiams, whose members Nut be held at Bethel AME Sstcr: A. Taylor president of native costumes.

(from New Bethel Baptist Church Saturday at 2 pjn. The the Pastor's Aid Club; Sister L. It is a comforting and wonderful thing to realize
out in large Excelsior; Club has Moore, chairman tit pastor'. an. ,
hurch iturned postponed ,the niversary, as one does, at such a convention, that librarians all
;
celebration of its 9th
anniversary
lumbers Rev. H.W., Moss, until the 3rd! Sunday Jn July. over the world are interested mainly in one thing to

tev, Eleazer Bain, Rev' Presiding Elder Allen broughtus MT. try to get library service to at many people as possible.

iFhomas Taylor and Elder the morning message Sunday SINAI BAPTIST In this day of scientific expenment, apace travel and
ngraham, Our sick: members are Mr. Rev. 8. A. Thomas pastor! all kinds of new and
Keel, Mrs. Sheffield and Rev. Mrs. I, S. Walker, reporter man's necessary scientific data needed for
Rev. Rolle is grateful to Cocker at home. Mrs. Jones, Mt progress in the years ahead, libraries are needed
3mal HospitalST. The members of Mt. Sinai more than ever, because books and other
Mrs. C. B. Nelson Daniels sources of information -
/ I Sunday School are proud to have /no *,*>*li I A+A. ,. ... _, _
Rlfp.ntfR........ tN.otfo.......... < U L.
k'rand worthy matron of the chosen' Mrs T.fm tvf k .C:. /" .%"**.. -_ -- ---- &o'" IJW&UsJCS
Bethlehem Grand Chapter BARNABAS W. M. delegate to-the--National""Sunday I Information maps, globes, picture files, etc.) will help people get' the

OES Mt. Sinai Chapter No. Rev. E. A. Culmer School and BTU Congress held and knowledge they need.
paator In Denver, Colo. Mr. All the librarians in
189, Mrs. Belle White, W. Mrs. S. Dawklns, reporter brought back a very helpful Carey re. the fact that the area were very proud o/
could
M. and Starlight Christmas port. One that challenges we point to some real library
,
Sunday School was opened by take us to progress here: Miami
Savings Club, Sis. Essie Miss Letitla Hanna After devotiOn current a broader perspective of our Public, bunt not BO long ago, a new
for the classes took their laces religious work. library just dedicated. at the University of Miami
Patterson, president She Inferred thai ; a new
"Too often library
gifts .and the many well with their teachers. t tectvogors bring back reports that Beach nearing completion on Collins Ave. in Miami

I wishers who sent congratu- Morning worship was led by are t reign and gay nothing ; and plans for a new library soon to be built in
Coral
pastor. After a short lecture he at Earlington Heights: Elemen- Gables.LIBRARIES .
latory messages. administered Holy Communion improve our current situations,

Music furnished by During the evening he preachedon shncifimes nwanrJntfful (information ARE FOR ALL
was the theme, "The Mastr'sWmderful Is brought back to our IF THE LIBRARIES
in th(
,the choirs of New Bethel Mission" Mrs. Lillian churches but |ue as Christians do the fault area are not used It I.
Baptist Church. Knowles was at the piano at moth nothing with it or we. do tco Mttle of individual! with very few exceptions. Most
services. to make our ecorts effective 'n labraries are open to all, and, their facilities and waiting
our church gcho-Js and activities.. for library patrons. There is no doubt but that :
in
NEW PROVIDENCE M. B. You are cordally invited: to attend Let w all join In with the of race relations and better the field
a Pew Rally given underthe : i thoughts of our delegate And White understanding between
Rev. C. J. Burney, pa tr auspices of the Missionary rtdlve for a stronger' religious: a' and Negro for everyone to read more books Is to
Mrs. Claudia Wilson reporter B'ard: Sunday mowing: July 8, dety to do this we must educate understand more about each other to Abe more tolerant

Six members were connected Mrs. Mildred Rolle, chairman. our members, young and old, of habits, customs, religions land races different
I to the chinch/ last Sunday. The lh the church. We must instill a Knowledge is for the from ours.
pastor, delegates and some of EBENEZER' METHODIST feeling that all of us need Christ taking at your public libraries. Determine
our lives for the destiny now to learn more about
the members will be attending: in yourself, your neighbor,
the Sunday School and BTU Rev, Aaron D. 1111. pastor and future of the 'whole world your community and your world ; it's yours-all
are I Ln the basis of God. at library. .yours--
vention :this: week. E. Ingram, reporter your

Continue JD prayer for the i.de Rev. Hall has retudned to BAHA'I ASSEMBLY -
those who greave over loved ones Ebenezer as pastor after a successful TEMPLE BAPTISTRev. MT. CARMEL M. BAPTIST
and those |pa vacation. Remember conference held In Day- L. Thompson, pastor Mr*. Barbara George, teacher
visitors are always welcome trna Beach. He has been given a af Earllngton Heights' Clemen Rer. D. A. Bradley, pastor
m our services. great (welcome by many of the The PulpLt Aid Board, Mrs. M. tiny School will speak at the Mrt. Christine Cherry, reporter
members and aooflJarks of the E. Stevens, [president, will celebrate Bahal Center, 137 NW 11th ave.
CHAPEL church. fIa t anniversary Sunday 3 a 'p.m. Sunday, July 8. Her sub Our pastor preached a wonderful -
KELLY'S
_ pm with a spicy program. The JectVII be Equality Between menage on last Sunday
Her. Leroy Dell, pastor Usher Board No. 2 will have public ti: tonted. Men end WomenT The public toordially morning. After ipreacfcimtf t h a
charge' of class meeting on Tuesday making 'preparation invited to attend. end of time will come.
TO get a full account of man The men are ..
talents night for Men's Day, July 22. Phone Secretary, TO 1-5420 for
which our youth of today Mt. further Infirmatlon. We would like for our friends
worship at the that
We are to determtoel to fee
"ssesa Chapel, They are and
come to Kelly's to come take a gipel boat
7105 Hcrmon AME Church in an this! be txger'! and better than
NW Thursday, ride with thus
15th ave., us Sunday night
12 at 8 after service Sunday Bight, July all previous efforts. The male TRINITY C. M. E.
pm. I 8 2245 Bunche Park Drive Opa under the direction of R.
chorus, Tuesday irfcht 1* prayer meeting -
Rrr E. T. Brown
The Spiritual Echoes, a roup Locke, Rev. S. L. Gay, 'pastor. Hepburw and C. Ambrose"( is be- pastor ; won't you continue to remember
#"'IJ 4 Opa Locka teenagers who are Men win celebrate tog whdfced;. into shape to ren :' MM. Julia Hammock, reporter the aide and hut in.
members of Mt. Hennoa AME The Methodist dcr service especially for t h eDelegates have come awtalch the an
seventh amhrrsary rrus
thear De-
Church occasion.: mammoth tea M
will render a progam
of wonderful spiritual songs. on Sunday, July 15 with a spicy isJnwted are preparing to lag sponsored by aU the departments WANT TO MAKE 1125 A
musca1! program. The public SunUySchool of the church. The Pro
Come the Atlantic Coast -
one all and enjoy attend
come WEEK
to all of our services, the and Trainto UnionCoVress siding Elder nod the Pastor extend
yourself. church with a warm welcwne.. which, meets July 10- cordial InvWattan to the entire .. Enroll 'In a RIT1 Course Howl

Please help Us to make our forget the side and 15 at Mt. Zton Baptist, ChurchWest community to stars with iujh CALL MIL KNOWLE TODAY
Methodist Youth Fellowshipfund Let us sat Palm ''Beach, Rev, J. H. this affair on the second Son- PL 7.13321'I

raising effort a success bysupporting shutE I. & .__. Johnson, pastor. day In July from 4 to 6 p.m.

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA N.W. 48th St., Apt. 2, better knownas son of Mr. and Mrs. William Fraz-

I DACE:' 'I. -I.'i2 -'.: (SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1962 DEA THS'{ son"Geeche"Memorial{ died Hospital July 1 at after Jack a ier, of 1835 N.W. 151st St., Opa-

.. locka, died in Jackson Memorial
--" of Illness. He is survived -
-. .. --- !''t. _.._.. brief period by his wife, Jeanette; three Hospital June 2$.'. Services' were
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y daughters, Terry, Cynthia and Viv- conducted Saturday at the'Triumph'+

CAR Range ian; two sistersi Mesdames Rose Church, Opalocka, Prince Mobley,
I :"-:. S .r. MEMORIALS Bryant, Harris, pastor, with burial in Evergreen.

,..
-:"' other friends and rela
and
many
4t .., v
tives. Chapel services were held Richardson
It .
7.30 after
Thursday night at : p.m.

DN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKS which the body was sent to Char-
I leston, SC. for final rites and ALBERT HARRIS, of 1996 N.W.
In Sad but Loving The Family of the Late burial. 53rd St., died at Mt. Sinai Hospital -
Fatter on July 2. He leaves to mourna
My Husband, and Our MR. SAM YOUNG .
this life MRS OLIVIA Kendrlcks) JOHNSON wife, Candis; six children; six
who departed N.W. 6th St. war Cornellis Willie Green
25 of 129 brothers, ,
June dead upon arrival at Jackson Memorial James, Donnie and Horace; four
of
this method expressing
wishes to take
Hospital after a short ill sisters, Mary Dunnison, Mrs. Bessie -
sincere thanks and
; our friends ness. Mrs. Johnson was a natvie Barbar, Mrs. Ruth Purvey and
appreciation to our many Miamian having worked in this Mrs. Charlotte Reiser she body
: flowers tele-
for
and neighbors food area as a practical nurse for several was shipped to the Strong Funeral
calls
;rams kindnesses cards telephone hour, of years. She is survived by her Home in Tallahassee ,where funeral
,4 prv md during our Oleather Johnson services will be held Sunday
jtreavement. Special thanks to mother, Mrs. : ; on

.lev J. B. Blacknell officers, mem- five brothers, two sisters; an aunt, July 8.
Mrs. Moz ll. an uncle, Rev. Williams
and friends of St. JameS
ers and other relatives. MRS MINNIE SIIEPPARD, of
A.ME. Church and the HOUSJ of many
Chapel services will be held Mon Truman City, Fla., died at her
Albert Funeral Home for its home June 30. She leaves to
: ,ourteous and efficient service, day, July 9 at 4:30: p,m. Mrs. John- on
mourn seven children, Mrs. Annie
will lie in beginning
son repose
the Lord's richest blessingest
Hay
Sunday at 12 noon. Mae Boswell, Mrs. Migron Law-
upon each of you. rence, Mrs. Jewell Gaines, Walter,

MRS ESSIE MAE YOUNG, MR. HENRY LEE, Jr., of 309P! Charles, Albert and Elijah; thirty
:: ,: j' : Wife; INkREV N.W. 46th St., died, July 4 at his grandchildren. Funeral services

SANDRA DELL YOUNG, home after a brief Illness. He 1 is were held Friday, July 6 from the

ALFRED Daughter BLACKMAN; MATTHEW JAMES FAY survived; by his wife, Lucille; two Chapel with Rev. Emory Jackson
brothers, George and Gus; one officiating. Interment in Ever-
Brother SON well beloved pastor of St.
,
; .
India Sims. Funeral
Mrs.
; MARTHA LEE BLACKMAN, Paul A.M.E. Church died at the daughter arrangements, at this time green Cemettery.

Niece; parsonage home at 421 N.W. 19th l incomplete.: JOSEPH BROWN, of Perrine diedat
J. C., CLAY, JAMES, St. during the early morning hoursof are his home on July 1, 1962. He

EUGENIE, and WILLIE June 29, 1962. leaves to mourn a wife, five sisters -

BLACKMAN, Nephews. I Albert and three brothers. Funeral
had been residentof
Rev. Fayson a
JAMES WILLIAM BETHEL IN MEMORIAM MRS. MAMIE RIGSBY, of 1795 services will be held at the Mt.
who departed this life on Miami 25 years. He was a native All Baba Ave., Opa-locka, died In Sinai Baptist Church in Perrine
In Loving of of Brentwood, Georgia, and with Rev. Murray officiating on
July 5, 1952 Memory I Mt. Sinai Hospital June 28. Her
.We loved you but God lover _" I was W. Fayson a brother who of will the be late remember.Rev. H. survivors include her husband, Saturday, July 7, at 2 p.m. Inter-
1 Roosevelt three sisters Mesdame ment in Paradise Gardens.
you best Gone and sadly missed ed former : ,
of
pastor Greater
as a
..... Fannie Williams Ruth Grant and
but not forgotten. .. ,
.M Bethel AM.E.,Church. BURLEY COLEMAN, of 1310
',:THE FAMILY: Emma Gamble; two brothers, Ike
6 Jackson
N.W. 2nd Ave. died at
,
Eva A. Bethel. Wife; I Having become an ordained and Willie Frank Henry and many Memorial Hospital on July 3. He

Children: Leola Bethel Cambridge I A.ME. minister 20 years ago, he more. Funeral services were held leaves to mourn a wife, Readus;
Beatrice Bethel served the Hialeah and Homestead Monday m., at Greater New
Willie B. three daughters -
Baptist one son, ;
Miles, Mane Bethel ) area churches for many years; and Bethel Church, Rev. W. K; Mrs. Rosa Lee Moore, Mrs.

Richardson Eustace. was appointed to St. Paul four Smith, pastor.' Interment in Ever Addie L. Brooks and Mrs. Evelyn

Bethel years ago. green. Simson; three sisters, Mrs. Carrie

A lie is survived by his widow )IR. HERBERT L. SMITH, well Harris, Ada Edwards and Mrs. Re-
IN MEMORIAM > becca Cobbs and host of nieces
Beaulah; three sons, Matthew Jr., known Miamian who resided a4 a

In Memory of Mother Ernest, and Fred; one daughter; 312 N.W. 12th St., died enroute to and nephews. Funeral arrange-
CHRISTINE NATHAN DORSEY I Joyce; four "brothers, Rev Ira Fayj Mt. Sinai Hospital June 28. His ments at this time are incomplete.

I son, and Rev. Milton Fayson both survivors are his widow, Mrs,
I RENALDO SAWYER. Funeral
Who passed away July 3, 1960 of whom arc active A.M.E. minis. Christine Smith; two daughters,
I
for Little Renaldo Sawyer
.services
The loved ones that she left bs I ters; James and Ben; three sisters Mrs. Lenora Williams and Mrs
infant of Mr. and Mrs.
hind might not appear to sight, Mesdames Ella Pratt, Rosq Lillian' Ambros; three sons, Irvin, son
Yet she must know some way, somehow Lewis, and Hattie Smith; Percy and Carl Smith; one brother, Ronald Sawyer were held on
we think of her each day, Mr. Stanley Smith of New York Thursday morning at 11 a.m. from

We might not hear, we might not He will lie in repose at the City; one sister Mrs. Dora Strach. the chapel with Rev. Emory Jack-

see, her Just as yesterday, chapel between the hours of 2:30: an of Nassau, Bahamas 12 grand. soh officiating.
Yet still she seems to be at hanc + do and 5:00 p.m.; from 6 to 8 p.m. he children. Services will{ be con THOMAS ROBERTSON, of Pompano
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to cheer our tears away, 4 will lie in repose in Homestead. At ductpdJ Saturday at 2 p.m. at Trinity Beach, died at the V. A. Hospital
This dear one lives not here 'tis 7 Saturday, he will be on W. M. Church, Rev. George E on July 4. lie leaves to

true, but if we skyward gaze, -_.'_....- view at the New St. Paul Church Johnson, minister. He will lie in mourn many relatives and friendsin
We'll find up there a bright star located on the corner of N.W 19th repose in the chapel from Friday the Pompano Beach The
shines and know joy fills her DEACON WILEY SPENCE Ave. and 51st Ter. At 12 noon he afternoon and in the church from area. to

days.. who departed this life will be placed in Greater Bethel 7 a.m. Saturday. the body Charlow was shipped Funeral on Friday Home in
THE July 4 1961 A.lII.E. Church where
FAMILY. services will
Plant where final rites and
There is an open gate at the end be conducted at 2 p.m. Final rites GALEN M. BIGGERS, young son City,
CARD OF THANKSThe of a roadThrough and burial will be held in Titus- of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Biggers of burial will be conducted.

which each must go alone. ville, Florida. 2160 N.W. 69th Lane, died at home

Family of the Late And there is a light we cannot see, June 29. Graveside services at Francis .
Our Father claims his own. MRS JUDY ANDREWS, of 2129. Lincoln. Memorial Cemetery were

CLARENCE SPENCE, Son; N.W. 57th St., died June 28 at her held July 3. MRS MARTHA WASHINGTON, of
JOHN SPENCE Son home after a long period of ill
; 125 S.W. 12th Ave. in Homestead
BABY GIRL BURCII died at home ,
ness. She Is survived by three )
MINNIE B. McBURROWS
daughters, Mesdames Hester Far- June 28 and was laid to rest July was DOA at Kendall Hospital on
Daughter; 6. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. June 21. Remains were shipped to
low, Aretha Dent, and Queen I
WILEY SPENCE, Jr., Son. Andrews, S. C. on Thursday, June
Riley; one son, John; one sister, Willie Burch, of 1927 N.W. 74th
28, 10 for final rites and
St. p.m.
four brothers 10
grandchildren
,
IN MEMORIAMIn burial. Survivors include
and nine great-grandchildren. Fi 'I her husband
MR. THOMAS ODOAI, of 1501 seven daughters, Mrs.
nal rites and burial was held in I Jonasl'
Sad but Loving of
Memory
N.W. 59th St., was dead on arrival lliams, Mrs. Ora Lee
Our Father, Brother and Fitzgerald, Georgia on Tuesday. at Jackson Memorial Hospital Chandler, Mrs. Cleolo Batmon, Mrs.

Grandfather MRS. ETHEL JACKSON, of Key July 3. He is. survived by his wife, Juanita Scott, Mrs. Lillie Stad, Miss

,..- -roer..q.peewee. w.r 1tn.i// Largo, Florida, died June 30 at mother and several other relatives. Irene Washington and Miss Verna
t.4 Dade County Hospital after a brief Arrangements are incomplete. Lee Washington; three sons, Jerry,
period of illness. She is survivedby John Henry and George.
tf tfIA JEROME\
CURTIS ADAWAY of
,
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one daughter, Mrs. Pearl Col-
44J M vin. sister Chambers Quarters, Naranja ai u WILLIAM\ FRAZIER, of 1329 N.W.
; one Mrs. Pearl Case
SJ five brothers ; in Jackson Memorial June 29. He 2nd Ct., died at Jackson Memorial
ROberti Louis, Sam laid to rest 6. Hospital June
uel, Albert lliam Scott; was July on 24. Funeral ar

w1 four grandchildren, 17 great-grand JIMMIE REESE, Jr. Infant son rangements Survivors include at this are sister incomplete.Mrs.
one ,
children and a host of other relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Reese Sr- Annie Green of Savannah, Ga.; one

and friends. Final rites and of 14220 N.W.22nd Ave., Opa- brother, Edwin of New York City.
burial will be held in Greenville, locks, passed away at home July

J \A' xrS Mississippi. 4. Services will be conducted In DONNA FELECIA McDONALD
a s i the Opalocka Chapel Saturday at four-month-old daughter of Mr. and
MR. JEROME SMITH: of Rochester 4 p.m. with burial in Evergreen.MRS. Mrs. George L. McDonald of 3135
New York, died as the resultof N.W. 48th Ter. died at
Jackson
Memorial
S. SARAH FINLEY, of 1910 -
a highway accident
on Monday,
DAISY LEANORA GREEN July 2. 1962. lie is survived by N.W. 72nd St., died in Jackson Hospital on June 27 Fu-
the kind his widow Hospital July 2. Her survivors neral arrangements at this time
gratefully acknowledge Creola and other relatives
ara
S. a. incomplete. Also survived
elude Mrs. Leatha Bragg and by
.
expressions of sympathy shown us Funeral arrangements: are three sisters, three brothers
one
others. Arrangements are incom
in our recent hours of bereave- incomplete.
grandmother and
,
one grandfather.
,. plete.
ment. A special thanks to our: --y'- _..
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pastor, Rev. H. V. Stuart' of St.: ,,. 7H -- ---- ---
Mary's Wesleyan Methodist Churchfor I MEMORIAM I "Living Service for the Living"

*his special consoling message,{ In' Loving Remembrance of Our
also officers and members Stewardess Dear Mother and Grandmother

Board, my own Ushers MRS. JESSIE S. ALBURYwho

Board No. 1, neighbors of 68th passed away July 8, 1955
Terrace for donations, friends for, JEFF BRIDGES Gone but not forgotten
cars, telegrams, cards, words of MRS. LILLIAN SMITH
comfort; also Frances Funeral staff who died on July 1, 1959 MRS. OLIVE NEELY ,

for>(courteous services' rendered- For God has marked each sorrow- Daughters and Family.,

.Got ,bless each and every one of ing day
you.. And numbered every secret tear CARD OF THANKS

1)IRS. EDNA CULMER, Mother And heaven's long age of bliss
4 and FAMILY. shall pay The Family of the Late
: For all his children suffer here. MR. THOMAS WILLIAMSwish

MEMORIAMIn. I S MRS. INEZ K. WILLIAMS, to take this method to ex-
:; I IN DaughterMRS.EULA: press their sincere thanks and

',Loving Memory of Our Dear M. WILLIAMS, appreciation to their many friends
:
ft Sister and Aunt Sister; who assisted and rendered ser- Oscar 1. Range funeral Home I
MRS. SUSIE EVE GRESIIAM MRS. JUNE BRUCE, vices during their recent bereave-

who departed this life Granddaughter: ment. Special thanks to Rev. and M. Athalie Range Owner N. Patrick t
Range
.' July 6 1961 THERESA, ANTHONY, Mrs. N. F. Clark, members of St. MOT.
Give 'unto the, meek of heart GENE, TIMMY, Great- Matthews Baptist Church and the 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue'

and rest forever, and let grandchildren; Range Funeral Home.
OX 1.0131
perpetual peace light shine upon her. WALTER and CLIFFORD MRS. KATIE WILLIAMS, OX 14343ThE'
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and FAMILY.
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Attend Slate THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLOK1DA.
I SATURDAY JULY 7 1962
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Women's Club Meet -
Got Something To Sell Rent Trade ? ?

State Association of Women's Try A Miami Times Classed, AcT"nff '. ".
Clubs convened in Daytona
Florida -< ', .
recently for their 54th annual = :

Mmes.lion.Margaret Adderly, E. 0.: CleanedI I
Saunders, Eunice Clements, Willie
i B. Sparkman, Marie Price, Mable W G S
F McFadden and Marguerite Ever and Set
I hart.Mrs. tf
& I I. McFadden resigned from :
FOR SALE :: banquet duties. At the annual By Miss Alice Culmer t'
FOR RENTB&OM
f she was awarded a cita 4' ';
Cottages, water tur .iah. 1459 N.W 41st STREET. See in. rendered tion in recognition of her services I WE ARE EXTENDING OUR WIG SERVICE TO GREATER t I'
$10 week 869 NW 8th St. side, 2-bedWoni CBS very nice the associaton over the MIAMI, OPA LOCKA AND RICHMOND HT8." .' ,
The citation .. ...
Total $10,200. $350 down, $6 .00 years. was awarded
Hf J7-2902. month pays an. A. :Sen-Korl, Realtor german by the Balerts State President of Ft. Pierce.Mrs. Al ACE BEAUTY SALON, ..' ., 1 j
,E. PICARDBf 2644 N.W. 62nd St. Nites
Rental Agency PL 9-5533: Days OX 10372.LbVELY 730 Arthur Godfrey Road Miami Beach, Flir 3
ental collections; ,property .
HI management, real estate : 4-bedrooM, 2-bath CBS FOR RENTFU1RNltSIHED Please Call :
) NW Sth St.: Pit M902 \house Excellent for professional APT. 773 NW 69th
_ St. Adult only. Electricty: fur- JE 1-7031 JE 8-4853
B ''LI and-of income
ijtibf DoM furnished apt.'Alllilies. purpose fi9th Te-f.,.OX property.16629. niahed.P4i. ::J
Downtown area. $18.: .
4-0000. indfB
.,1, ,:
>A LOCKA area. 1 bedroom,
Bwly decorated, unf rnlshed. TV REPAIRS 'i
5. Furnished $21. 2 bedroom :
furn. $18, furn. 2 bedroom \, '.
: 4.0500 indfKcWLY SERVICE CALLS $1.25 I

furnished Renovated apis. In furnished the Opa or F4z EDSUN TV SERVICE

Bockft area hear church, school '..l
End ghdpplng center., Call Mick 5508 NW 17th Avenue Phone 696-5748
Hi 18 RehUl Agency. NE 4.0600.
,
I ln
Graduates of Radio Electronic Tilsvlslon School
COOLED auditorium including
lights, janitorial service, etc. ALL WORK GUARANTEED 90
Available for church use. Call t DAYS'I
I OX 60231. Indf.

[FURNISHED efficiencies, utilities .
- --- i- -iisii.it. T
included, 12.50: a week 620 N.W.
8th St. FR 72902. I

ROOM Apt. Reduced. $10.50 per I IV-v : FINEST SELECTION IN MIAMI

week. Call E. Picard Rental Agency
FR 72902. Government Inspected and Approved

BUNCHE PARK 3bedroomhouse
area.
furnished. Large yard, enclosed LOVELY HOMES OPENLow
with fence. Quiet neighbor.
hood Phone NA 16654.

NEW furnished efficiencies and Low Down Payments apartments. 418 N.W. 4th St. Gas
and electricity free. PL 4-2857 or EZ TERMS! LESS THAN RENT
FR 39287. .

BEAUTY SHOP for rent or lease, P; 4 4 .
you can inquire at 5436 S.W. 21st
St Carver Ranches, Mrs. Ritchie. 1326 NW 42nd Street

BEDROOM apt with bUiltinoven Spotless and only $10,500, $350 down. No closing
I
range, refrigerator. Free I costs. Carporfe, 2 porches, air-conditioned, built-in
gas, electric and water. 3350 N.W. kitchen with stove and refrigerator. What a buy!

Open.list St $25 week. Call HI 8-1119 The famous Highway QCs have returned t to the Apollo Theatreby *

public and popular demand with Brother Joe Crain of Station
ON&BEDROOM> duplex apart. WADO. 4701 NW 10th Avenue

ment, furn. $20 ,pet week. Free' Corner home in best location. Near bus and In the
To gas peed Call water Wl, 0 4857'''. 54th St. The Highway QCs came into public demand with their current : heart of Manor Park. $400 down. No closing costs.
release on Vee Jay Label, "I Don't Want to be Lost." The QC's
$13 PER WEEK. Partly furnished also have a tremendous hit that's still riding high on the Vee Jay 0 *

bedroom apt. Free gas and Label, "Do You Love Him", which i li still considered as a public 1112 N.W. 77th Street '
.
water 6039 N.W. 24th Ave. Ph:
HI 61266. demand. They also were voted second place' by "Open Mike Entertainment ;
side.
Huge CBS duplex, 2-bedrooms and porch each ,
Sheet" for their single two-sided hit. Brother Spencer
DUPLEX apartment, large, beautiful Taylor, manager, and public relatio ns manager Jerry Cuffee rc- Lovely landscaping. Large rear' patio. Many fruit- .
inside Mid wit. 2 bedroom. oort a busy and heavy road tour until late December. tree. $700 down and* live, rent free.
Adults only. 1236 N.W. 51st Ter. / .
Near Grandway and bus. To see,

Call 633-2051. I :I 741 NW 77th Terrace

3 LOVELY HOUSES, 1 and 2- $500 Down furnished -
bedrooms. $17 $20 and $22 per I Lovely CBS doll house. Fully from A to Z. ::
week Only reliable families. Ph: Only $10,500 $83 per month pays everything. No 4
NE 5-M66. Full price $12,000 waiting, no qualifying, no ''red tape. Move in to

BEDROOM CBS home nearrandway. Payments less than rent. Home and cottage, sparking morrow. ,
0 *
Reasonable. 1278 N.W.5th .
\/ clean CBS, Fla. room. Shown by appointment.; ,}III I
Street.FOR Can 1058 NW 74th Street j !

SALE Lovely CBS quiet residential area. Loaded! Garage' !a

TO NW. 45th STREET. See inside Fla. room, porch, stove, refrigerator, air condition
beautiful 2-bedfoom CBS, all LEGAL REALTY $12,000 total $400 down $75 month
Formica kitchen, air conditioner, ;4
fenced back yard. A. BenKorl; "
MU 8-3923 '
PL 8-0290
:Lealtor. 2644, Days N.W.OX 62nd 1-9372.St. Nits \1409 NW 44th Street -

Nights, Sunday, Weekdays $295 down. Move right in. CBS hardwood floors,
J,9.4 NW. in-
45th STREET. See
sia t 2-bedroom CBS, awnings stove, refrigerator, carporte.
TV Florida room. Totalmonth. .
porCht I II
y $400 down $7600 *&&ggtii4Z8&tS& "".. & -' A <>
A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 2644 (
1252 NW 45th Street
NW 62nd St. Nites PL 9-5533, I COME ONE! COME ALL!
Days OX 19372. Move right in this fenced, centrally located home. ,
Everyone !i. invited to attend the new
7'89' down. $80 monthly all.
I N.W. 45th STREET. See in- $495 pay
side, 4-bedroom, awnings, GAME NIGHTAT
jlal bargain. A. Ben Kori, RealJ& THE s .
2644 N.W. 62nd St. Nites PL
>>oJoJ Days OX 19372. 3342 Thomas AvenueLike

1051 NW. 43rd STREET. See in- New Liberty City Bar & Grill new, huge 3 bedroom 2 bath CBS home. Hardwood .

Side air spotless home, large rooms These fun and) game filled nites will be held twice a floors, tile roof, Florida room, dining room. -
conditioned, 2-bedroom CBS.
1 Move right in.NEWS.
to$12.500, only $400 down, week
'000.00' month pays all. A. Ben- MONDAYS AND WEDNESDAYS .
;Ori. Realtor 2644 N.W. 62nd
! l9372NiteS PL 9'5533' Days OX Refreshment will be free. So if )-ou.re looking for a

treat, something 'to excite you to the highest, bring REALTY :

748 N.W. 44th STREET. 2bedroom your friends, that special someone and everybody,
frame bung. garage lre' City Bar,and Grill.
the New Liberty
Pace, come to That Works For You)
hardwood floors, aIr con- AT 8 P.M. (The Broker
caoned.. solar water heater. $550 BEGINNING JULY 9 AND 11 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655
JONES, PROP. 4600
and Interest $81.53 MR AND MRS. C.
month. open Owner on premises. I idrertise 21135NW37thAVE.ggggss (Open Sunday)


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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA effort in the drive for tho News of the Royal I Fine Arts Teach*

PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1962America's building fund treasurer* Women's Glub Returns From Mass.
Twenty
4: Austin Jr. of | Mrs Pat Semen, head of, the
William son
. 11' I' I The Royal Twenty Women's Club \Modern Dance Department of
1 William Austin Sr., left the held Its regular meeting at the' tie Fine Arts Conservatory has
Vest city for his home in California. lovely home of Miss Josie Roberts, just returned from session with
Key V I Richmond Heights, on Sunday, the Sacred Dance Guild in Cape
Southernmost City June 24. As special token, each Cod, Mass., where she was the
I member was presented a club recptent> Ki one of the Guild's
Hj FRANCES E. PALMER ---- flower as she entered the door. I scholarships for artist-teachers,

,', rl . . 1 . At Home EC. Meet reports The meeting of the meeting was highlighted of the Colored by to will creative resume dance the' Mrs.teaching Soneo of
Clubs held
Gets Degree at A and M Temple No. 610" for 1962 Dr. C. A. Ford, professor of food in Women's Beach Federated recently. Mrs. classes at (the Conserva'tory' ,
She and Miss Florence and nutrition; Miss Bernice Lewis, Ermatine Daytona Holton, president, and South Branch, 5133 Riviera Dr.,
Among the 370 graduatesof a senior home economics education Carrie Bryand, vice president Coral Cables, early, in Septemlber.
Butts and Miss Ethelyn Mrs.
major; and Miss Ella Washington, delegates and I ...
Florida A and M UnIversity were the attending
Cleare, second and third a senior food and nutrition majorof Mrs. Myrtle pa.,
receiving degrees at place winners at the Elks' Florida A&M. University at. vis waseareports.attendance at this to attend
commencement exercises annual coronation ball. tended Business the Convention Home Economists and the in meeting and gave & Very interests The hostess wad warmly thanked,
held at Lee Hall Sat- American Home Economics Asso ing talk. along with hef sister, for
The three girls will reign A poor man's dinner will be such a complete memorable
urday, June 2 was Juanita over all the social activities ciation to June meeting 30. here from June 23 sponsored by the club on Saturday,| meeting! by Mrs. Mare Allen, who
Saunders, daughter of Mr. sponsored by the Coral City June 14 at the home Of Mrs.. R0e) ,' will host the next meeting at her
and Mrs. Alfred L. Saun- for the The student representatives attended Bryant, 3536 Frdw Ave. A price I'' home, 3451 Douglas Rd.
Temple coming year. the college clubs section of will be given to the takiest dres er4 Mrs. Ermatine Holton, President
ders Sr., 208 Olivia St. The girls expressed much the meetings. All interested persons are invited I[ Mrs. Ethel Peavy, Reporter,
Mrs. Saunders was awarded -
the B. S. degree in elementary
education.


Misses Phyllis Hannibaland
Julitte Sanders left the

city last week to attend ,
summer school jat Florida'
A and M University.
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I

Birthdays celebrated in 4
the month of June: Mrs.I
Ethel Wlhitehead! Mrs. E. -
I
Williams, Mrs. Florida Carey : U
Mrs. Carrie Woods,
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+ w
Terry Pinder, George
Fields, Joseph Smith and
Wesley Jones. _
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Misses Beverly Sawyer of

West Palm Beach and sister, i
Roweniai Frances, are spending I LL
their vacation with their I -

grand mother. Mrs. Rowena AT SUNLIGHT'S ALUMNI REUNION the first Alumni Reunion celebration surer; ana Dorothy Brown, Chair Robinson, of Chattanooga Tennes.
Pinder, 210 ,Olivia St. Also DANCE AND HAIR at the popular school. A large man of the Fashion Review Com I see, who was a special guest artist
Pamela Pinder STYLE REVIEW-Pictured above crowd attended the affair. mittee; Mr. Alan Bain, President; lecturer and demonstrator;
and broter, .I Shown in the picture left to Winefred Brooks, Reporter, Louise
ire a few of the happy' Mrs. Pauline Stager, (a Helen Cur.
many persons I
Terry and Archie Jr., are right are: Mrs. Bertha Pe tis Technician of Detroit Michigan, Riley, Member of the Board of
spending their vacation here School who of attended Culture the Alumni's Sunlight ecutive Secretary of the Alumni who was a special guest consultant Directors, 0. W. Cunningham,
Beauty Association Mme. Mattie the occasion David Chairman Social Committee, Rebecca
'withtheir Reunion ; Oats on ), Mr. A.
grandmother Dance Hair Review
and Style Billy Frasher, Irene Wilcox, Marion Julius, President of Sunlight Beauty Hicks, Bessie Powell, Rose
Mrs. Pinder. held recently at the Knight Shannon and Christine lice
Beat Club. The occasion climaxed Muldrow; Minerva Martin, Vice School and general advisor to
President; Peola McFadden, Trea. the entire group, Mme. Lillian -photo by Johnson of Miami
I .
.T" . I

Miami Chmincey, ,1s Adderley of ANN'S GUEST I

with spending his aunt his, Mrs.Vacation HOUSE For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call

Eloise Reynolds and grand-
father, Benjamin Butler. 344 NW 10th St.A .

i neatly furnished room, BONDEDRENTAL

Clarence Martin of Rich- clean and quiet. Maid service -

mond Heights spent a few parking space for
days in the ,city with Archie cars. Weekly rates or over I' ': *t
Pinder, Jr. at his grand- night. FR 99155.

mother's residence. ,

Dugie's Guest House

'Charles Dean! Sr. is
a
The house of clean +
rooms AGENCY INC.
patient at De Poo Hospital
Friend wish him a speedy Open 24 hours NE 4-3851 ,

recovery. Seeing is BelievingSee
us for clean rooms The largest collection and rental

Miss Stocker U QueenOf Jamaica Dugie, always a
Temple friend agency in the South; operating in

Miss Sheila Stocker, was 29411 NW 47th St., Miami Dade and Broward Counties'
J crowned. "Miss Coral City INDF
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Negro Housing areas.MANAGING .

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n' 50 Owner

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Our prices on repairs and sales are always lowest Bonded's Tenants, at main office, 4150 NW 7th Ave.

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d 2000 N.W. 8rd CT. __ FR 18905 Of* Lock _*MU 0017
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IN AND AROUND m BAHAMAS -11.-i -/ THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA


_.- -".:!.! .I:! ... I SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1962 PAGE 15
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His Excellency the Governor dent at Howard' University, and
issued a. proclamation on June Ehvocd: s at Meharry Meddca Dade County Ooltlllufnily R.I.HIII
23, limiting the iniportatirti: aU College.

from plants,Florida fruits and without their! a packages proper Real tEstate Board' Gotmdl 10'HaveMembership

license from: the Agricultural and iMliiired Mkfctsrtlhi, 30-year-old NEWS
Marine Product Boards The ban Haitian and a mechanic at Lyford j The May meeting of the Ladles

is a measure fi keep out the attacked Cay, was and dragged robbed from his car -r Auxiliary to the Dade County Real Tea
by a man
fruit fly from the Bahama Augusta Street Estate Board was held at the homeof I
: night
on Sunday
:; ,
WAl/1'Hn O\Vlr-- A membership tea of the
II--fly Com
June 10 the Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
on way ta get hits Summons munity Relations Council
,,
Samuel Butler, SO, Wilfred [wife from St. Barnabas Church 1899 N.W. 53rd St. Mrs. held wUllbe
;j on July 8th at thr home:of!Jr.
Johnson/ ::d, and Charles Baia, L. Baker, the president, preside and Mrs. II. Franklin Williams,<223
43 all of Stanyard Creek, Andros, Cleveland, Smith, Ronald Many worthwhile projects were San Sebastian, Coral Gables, from
With Bahamian
landed at East End, Nassau, Jima !Women regis- I Rolle and seven other/ mis- discussed. Members were asked 3 to :5 p.m.
' 19 at daybreak after rowing, their terimg to vote for the first time, sionaries from the Church of to decide later and choose one they
doubled; (boat for twicx days and three of their number have al- feel will be the most serviceable. At this gathering Dr. Williams
two ntghtf. raed thrown their ha>U !in the God in Hallandale, left on and Dr. Baker Hlndman will .give
ring ti 1 run to the next election Friday ,by the Bahamas Air- After the business session the I a presentation of the alms ;and
The trio left Nassau for Androson for seats, in the House of At.sanbly. hostess served both the board members philosophy of the Community
the previous Sunday in But- They are Lady Greta ways for Haiti where they and the auxiliary a very delicious lations Council. This will take
lIen l1iIW W-!.m sxvtf. At Gould- Oaikes, Dr. DoriS Johnson+ a n d will be do missionary work dinner which all enjoyed. place at 4 p.m. The public. Is In
ing Cay a squall developed BInd Dr. Willie Mao Saufnderei for three weeks. The Dade County Real Estate vited. There will be no solicitationof
they lost visJbiHity.! They ran out Board and Auxiliary held a joint funds.
;
of gals Sunday at 11:30 a.m. They ART AND SOCIAL I meeting Sunday, June 24 at the Mrs. Morton Perry Is 'Member
rowed for three hours until they Star Lodge No 642: residence of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph ship Chairman.
reached where they could anchor CLUB MEETS meets Friday night July 6at I Pullom 4863 N.W. 31st St. The I
and tried! to 'get their bearin meeting was highlighted by the

They, rowed to ,get their bearing The Phyllis WheatleyArt the Mtasonic Temple an presence. of. Mr Edward. Fcinsteln, I
utatid Tuesday morning when they and Social Club met at Pembroke Rnad. All Memo chief mortgage Officer or the Heritage organization of a mortgage company
roadbed land.Wilfred bets are asked ito be Corporation formerly of N.Y., i Mrs. Ora D. Taylor, founderof
ithe home of Mrs. E. 0. present. but tho
now located at 1318 N.W 7th first ,Negro Real Estate
Saunders, 807 NW 59th St. C. Johnson, W, M.; E. K. St. School; and Mrs. Sonny Wright
Bethel, 5&, was |pro. Hardy secretary for qualifying licensed
ni lunced dead on arrival at the Monday night. June 24. I Mr. Feinstein gave pertinent In.: registered real estate as a salesman.and
Princess! Margaret Hospital on president, Mrs. Willie I 1 i formation on types of mortgagesand
June 19. lie collapsed in the Cuarkman the advantage of FHA financ Plans are being made to send
PufWlc:' Market loss than a half was away on -The Carver Ranches ing. His Informative discourse delegates from the board and aux.
hour prev UiS)'. the sad occasion of the loss Qhntoiber of Commerce will evoked many and varied questions. iliary to the National Associationof
of dear sister Mrs. Villa\ Real Estate Boards which
a con
night July
Evans vice
meet Monday Mr. Wayman president
venes in Dallas, Texas, August 10
In the recent heavy rains that dred Monroe, vice presided 9, ,S:3() p.lti. All memberS of the board, thanked the in. 1962. ,
drowned' dorwntawn Nassau presided In er stead. Airs. E. asked formant for the interesting discussion
and are to be! preaent.
and assured him that much After the introductions of
a me of the outlying: sections, 800 O. Sanders was a delegate had been learned. members and visitors the hostess new
telephones were out of action", the to the Florida State Colored assisted by her husband served a
.
Teleoommunteatiaa: Departmenlt Women's Federation Club The Star Light Comman- Mr. James A. Summons president palatable dinner. Mrs. B. Dean
reported. of the board, congratulated
which convened .in Daytona dary meats Siundiay, July 8 the following members for their thanked the host and hostess for

Stanley! Farqiihansonv' sen of Beach on the 16, 17 and 18.' at 3 p.m. All Sir Knights are achievements: Mr John! Bankley, an Mr enjoyable and Mrs.evening.Fitz Green of 1980

Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Farquhar- she brought a good report asked to be present. N.W. 85th St., will host the group

'n and a former student of St. to: ,the club. high man In Bowe's Shop July 22, 1962. All members are
John's allege has I asked to be present.
received
hit
associate= in Applied Science Degree Eight other members a/t/ The beauticians of West team. Rocky Simmons In Mr. James A. Summons, Presidentof

in Air Condit.ning: and Re- tended the sessions, Mrs. Hollywood and Hallandaleare Bradford and Tommy Jack- Board.
Mrs. Dorothy L. Baker Presidentof
frlgeratiqa. in Clover Leaf.Congratlatlons ,
son
Milwaukee Institute Eunice Clement, Mrs. Ad thanking all who attended Auxiliary
of Tech.
nology.. He expects to return to deny, Mrs. McFadden, Mrs. the Pre-Fourth of Mrs. Blanche Dean, Reporter for

Nassau next year Everhart, Mrs. Sparkman.Irs. July Barn Dance at the to Mr. and Auxiliary

McNeal chairman oilArt Paradise Club. Music was Mrs. James Harris on the

Mrs. C. R. Walker, principal and Crafts (and Mrs by Tyrone Johnson and His opening of their new Harris ATTENTION ,HlQH'SCHOOLQRADS

""If tea the Woodcock Prep School, Price, ,All reported a very Blue Mist Band Motel No. 3 at 5700 SW
returned
from the United informative and pleasurable 17th St on Pembroke Ilaad
Kingdom where she represented EARN $125 A WEEK
the Women Sugtregettb Movee. session. The club also re- The Freeway Handicap West Hollywood, five blocksoff

trram *? different reported( countries that /iwonwn In-teresting League has ,three weeks togo State Road 7. Call PL 7.1332It'

h1. were with Bradford Cleanersin
Attendance at the conference,
and that ,the meeting first place and Clover
will) be held The delegates reported ,
in Liberia: next Never Too LateTo
year. L0aif Sportsmen second.
that the South Region Club

will meet in l\fiamllrt 1903 New Breed fn.the third and I get your graduation picture made

Demme George Ilionaldsoti, and the next annual meeting Bowe's Barber Shop, fourth.
fourth
Dona.ld-on! son and Of the Mrs late Nicerena Gorge of the Federated Wo- Freddie Seymour is now WE FURNSH CAPS AND GOWNS

Do&k1san Hamptcn has 'graduated from m n'8 Club of Florida, will Kindergarten, High School, College
Institute, Va., iwlth the be> in Pensacola.A Janitorial
B&
.degree, majoring dn Build-
to* Engineering.Mr delicious: repast was -oJOHNSON -
Maintenance ServiceSince
BenaUfcrn, mother of ten served (the members on this OF MIAMI
fchlldttfli, has two other sons at- the last meeting of the year. ( 1080) ,
Complete service for offices,
tending .schools dn the United:
States.. Archie is a medical stu- The annual picnic will be Factories cllnle, home 1 FR 7.2294
July 12 at Virginia Beach Iloroeat Floors cleaned polished

This will close the year's and waxedLaying
SEE THE SOUTH'SLEADING tilt |I' our specialty,
oUvities. Phone NE 4-7700

COLORED Mrs. Willie Sparkman is 5818 NW 19th Ave. '

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MADAMHUNTER A Variety of Card for all Ocea-lon HIGHVIEW HOMES, Inc.
Hollywood, Fla. Near Carver Ranches
Gifts of all descriptions. Ute our layaway .
OPEN DAILY gONDAY 0 A.M. to 10 P.M. (just cast of Home Federal Bank)
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Phones Miami WI 50661Hollywood YU 94)113.tI
JI657 N.W. 73M ST. JOHN A. McMEflf, Owner

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA
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h playing. Bunche Lanes is looking forwardto .".'

Two sessions of 250 children seeing Many interested childrenenrolled" ,ATTENTION' HIGH SCHOOL ,'C
each were held each Saturday. Re. The management wishes to thank 6rtAt i "
*, freshments were served, trophies all volunteer instructors under the .
; $125'SA.
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given and diplomas awarded on leadership of Mr. Cyril MUlct and i 4.
gjTmSRimiiwWiHttn i .. .. .m -,..-!. ... _ their graduation day. Miss Blanche Calloway for their Train now with PlCTS' '
The children are to be com cooperation and time so willingly Call PL 7-9332
500 Youngsters Graduate mended for their demonstration of given.
such fine conduct. They were at.
tentive, obedient quiet and made
From Bunche Bowling Clinic a nerly. From this clinic Junior MAKE: OFfER
1 Leagues! are being formed and
BARGAIN! SAVE MONEY!
, A few weeks ago, the manage of bowling, scoring and good I
ment of Bunche Lanes conceived sportsmanship. Each Saturday,I ADULTS ONLY Owner at 1440 i NW 59th Street
I the idea of holding a FREE Bowl movies of "How to Bowl" were
ing Clinic for youngsters from 9 shown and volunteer instructors 4190 N.W. 32nd Ave. OPEN SUNDAY 3.5 P.M.
Ir1 to 16 years of age. The idea was to 2161 NW 59th Street 3-bedroom'
introduce and teach them the art supervised classes in the actual Finest apartment house in Miami -
I One bedroom Furnished or 2 BATHS, FLORIDA ROOM.
__._ .T unfurnished
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813 NW 57th' Street Duplex
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Ample parking One block from
Dies' Thanks Build to order. For sale Lot 75 x 100, 1,650
J, G, Smith Dean Highway
'' Mrs. Jessie Giles wishes to thank GOOD TENANTS S. Baron JE 8-1340 JE 2-4343
Theophilus E. McKinney, 63, all the members of Auxiliary
::1 dean of Johnson C. Smith Univer,I i COREY APARTMENTS
Board No. 2 of Greater Bethel
in Charlotte, N.C., died of
sity a I A.M.E. Church, for the wonderful I
heart attack Wednesday 'in Jack'' surprise j party given her on her It.. .111
) sonville. birthday,June 13. Also thanks to I .
I "The educator, who was a native.members Southern( Star Chap
of Live Oak, arrived Monday with' ter No. 174, O.E.S. for gifts and
.his wife.from a vacation: in Nassau: cards. Thanks again.MRS Johnny Lomelo's .
Bahamas. He was found dead at
the,home of his sister. j I JESSIE GILES.LUAipIr4fl1I.

KING 0' HEARTS CLUB


6000 N.W. 7th Avenue

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Presents .

?! Hampton House/3; Nites,& 4 Days T

.: Honeymoon Special SHOW of STARSFEATURING

JUST MARRIEDThen

why not spend four nights and three J 11I11
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Jj i bridal suites : _

Call NEwton 3.0611] 1 for information "

: y Mrs. DriscoH or Mr*. Crue SAM and DAVEROULETTE


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Open Saturday: &"" Sunday--All- Day ." SAM EARLY HIS,i Hammond Organ


.., FORD mi. KftjTE SPECIALS' .,' \' .- : / : Band- .,\ .

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Call,,use$rid,, 'we will be happy' to pick you up and I .THE NEW. .
show you around and help you pick the house for

you. F MONA LISA"THE "

1-920 NW 49th Street j One of theJ! best buys of the I., ,.
week. A clean 2 bedroom, Florida room, fenced, i 'j'i I
with' lot 75 x 100. $400 down Easy monthly ENTERTAINING EMCEE"
.,payments. > *. .-..... ."
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2"900
NW 43rd
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new 3 bedroom .. I
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built in kitchen ;
two-car parkin No qualifying- ;f ipo"'i; '" .
I move aright in. $750 down. .' ."M Jk '

3-769. NW 50th Street? Large 3 bedroom. Beauty of
a patio. $400 down. Small monthly payments.

.,,:.4-719 NW 49th Street For the family that needs US BONDHis
immediate possession ;;ihis: is it-.2, bedroom, ":
.' Florida room. Many extras.. No FHA qualifying.

);/1 i! 5=. =1010 NW 44th Street This house on a large lot latest hit, "School i ia Out"21st
is ideally financed for the average earner. $400
> down, $77 a month pay* all. I

6-=3005 NW 69th Street A nice 3 bedroom in a quiet JULY & 22ndAdvance
residential area. City water. Hurry on this one.


MANY MANY More to choose from. Let us help $1.50 Door $2.00 Make Reservation

you. Duplexes, three bedrooms. 2 bedrooms, income ', '* 'I
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;' Courteous treatment is our 'of life. Try and : '' 11I11
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EveryWednesdayAmateur Show! .
!i.t ". you will gdin a homo V J >'
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I Ford Realty Inc.
Saturday Sunday Admission 50c.11'

I inS69: NiW. 54th Street PL 7.2559 I ""
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